There are few experiences in life with the ability to shake your faith in yourself, the world, and everything you thought you knew to be true like losing a spouse or life partner. Whether you lost your partner to death or divorce, suddenly you become a “me” instead of a “we” and with that realization comes a bevy of difficult emotions like sadness, loneliness, anger, grief, and an anxious uncertainty about what the future now holds. And while this is potentially the most painful time of your life, you can create something beautiful and meaningful out of this experience. I'm here to help you do that.
At Life’s Next Chapter Coaching, I provide an environment where you can express yourself freely and be where YOU are in the healing process. In this safe space, you are given the compassion and support you need to move through this difficult time on your terms and transition from heartbreak to whole-heartedly participating in life based on your new vision for yourself.
Your pain is real. And it has a message for you. I can help you discover the hidden blessing in your situation. I’m here to help you create the life you want to be living on the other side of this transition.
If you are going through a divorce, you may be experiencing feelings of powerlessness, overwhelm, chaos, confusion, etc. How are you coping with all of this? Take my free “Coping with Your Divorce Assessment” to discover how you are doing in areas like finance, legal process, co-parenting, etc. In 5 minutes, you’ll have a comprehensive report that shows the areas that most need your immediate focus to help you navigate through the divorce process.
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Anger is an emotion that has a lot of bad press. Most often what we experience is people inflicting their anger onto others. When you’re angry, it’s easy to lash out on your loved ones and those who least deserve it.
Because of its destructive potential, many people are afraid of anger. When this is the case, anger is often denied and left unexpressed.