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Divorce Recovery

The relationship is over, now what?


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Divorce is the springboard to transform yourself, and your life into what you want it to be.


Rediscover yourself, accomplish your goals, manage your finances and co-parenting effectively.


Be gentle with yourself while you heal, rebuild your energy, practice self-love and acceptance.

  1. You are not your failed relationship. You are so much more than what happened in your relationship, and just because it didn’t work, doesn’t mean you are a failure.  You are resilient and capable of great things.  You can detach from what happened, learn the lessons you needed to learn, make adjustments and move forward.

  2. Failure is not bad. Failure is natural and happens to everyone. Failure is a masterful teacher and it is not easy, but by leaning into your failures you can grow, and become stronger.

  3. There is nothing wrong with you. You cannot control the decisions of others, and their decisions are outside of yours.  You make the best decisions you can based on the information you have.  You are strong and good, and have limitless potential.

  4. You will not be alone forever. Creating a beautiful and loving relationship with yourself will be the strongest foundation for future relationships.  If you want to attract a partner into your life that perfectly complements you in every way, you will.

  5. You can absolutely prevent not making the same mistakes again. You will set boundaries based on what you will accept, what you want and what is a deal breaker.  Learn to set clear markers to let you know when limits are pushed.  You can love yourself enough to not sacrifice your values for the sake of being in a relationship.

  6. Start where you are. You may feel broken right now, but it is through the open cracks and shards of that brokenness, where your mightiest spirit will rise.  You are exactly where you need to be on your journey.

  7. Heal yourself with a comprehensive approach. This is an opportunity to consider your entire life and all of its parts.  As you positively change one aspect of your life, you can support it with an honest assessment of other parts of your life.  This is your chance to hit the reset button and create a new life for yourself.

  8. You are stronger than you think you are. Think about what you have been through.  You can do very hard things.  You can manage your finances, co-parent your children, direct your home and work through your fears.  You can absolutely do this.

  9. You can love yourself. Self-love is the core of your on-going success.  You can create a relationship of self-acceptance and self-love that will sustain happiness, and get you through any challenge in the future.

Deborah is so great! Even when I couldn’t come up with the right words to express myself she heard me and understood me. Prior to meeting with Deborah, I wasn’t really sure what a life coach was or did, she really helped to explain her role as a coach. Which was not to give advice but to guide me and help me discover answers as to why I felt stuck and open my eyes to new opportunities and paths that I could take in my life. Her coaching is action based and she leaves you feeling inspired. I recommend her coaching to anyone in search of clarity and direction. Jessica L.