We all live and learn.
Sara has learned through the journey of divorce. Sara is inspired to guide women to become well-informed.
With over 16 Chapters of Smarts, The Smart Gal's Guide thru Divorce "What Lawyers don't tell you."
Sara still believes in marriage. And she believes that marriage is God's best plan. Unfortunately ... many find that divorce comes into their life.
We all know someone in our circle of influence who has experienced the journey of divorce.
How to help? How to console? How to think it through?
Don't go solo. This is the Guide-Book. This is a resource to share with those we care about ... With the potential to save thousands.
To help guide them through to make sure everything is considered.
16 Chapter Titles include:
Plus Reference Tools
Divorce is highly complex. Become well-informed. There are new days ahead.
We think it thru with you.
The Smart Gal's Guide thru Divorce "What Lawyers don't tell you."
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Chapter 2 Chapter Title: Calendaring
Are you considering a Divorce? Or are you in the beginning stages of a divorce?
Are you in a time of pre-Divorce? Or have you already filed for a Divorce?
Have you been served with a Petition for Divorce? Or have you already entered into Temporary Orders for a Divorce?
Wherever you are in the process, we are here to help.
When the impact of divorce comes into a season of life, we understand that it may feel overwhelming at times. The journey of divorce brings to life what we refer to as, "Divorce Dizziness".
The questions and concerns may cause us to feel a bit dizzy. The discovery, the documents, the details and the delays. Yes, we call it "Divorce Dizziness."
Be assured that you will get through this. One day at a time.
This kind of "Dizziness" will last only for a season. You've been thinking. Seeking counsel. Considering. Puzzled how to move forward.
This is a good time to begin to take note. This chapter will introduce you to what we refer to as "Calendaring." Let us explain.
During this time of "Divorce Dizziness," the rush of daily tasks, various details and specifics may escape your mind. Your thoughts are full.
Here's how to keep it all together. "Calendaring."
Be better equipped with a calendar dedicated to this ONE specific function. Your calendar will be your dedicated tool to help keep track of the divorce process.
You will find the days ahead will fly by. Your days may become more like a "blurrrr." Step by step, you will get through this. And calendaring will help you get there. Your calendar will keep the details of the divorce process organized for your reference.
For most of us, when in a time of change or during a time of concern, we'll call our mother, or sister or brother or best friend. Good idea. Those close to you care about you and can be a very important shoulder to lean on. We all need to call on someone that we can depend on to help us through life's challenges. Family is a great place to get some help!
In addition to calling on family for sharing and caring, let us be a help. We are Divorce Buddys.
This reminds me of one of our Divorce Buddys. We'll call her Hope.
(Hope is a fictitious name, all of our clients remain confidential, as we honor our "Golden Seal of Trust".)
Hope had been trying to hold her marriage together. While crying her heart out, after years of a troubled marriage, one day, Hope came to her conclusion. Their seven year marriage was broken beyond repair. Hope decided that the condition of her marriage had reached a point that was too hurtful and too unhealthy for her to continue.
But Hope did not know where to go from there. She wondered how to move forward. She did not know where to begin.
Whenever Hope called on her sister for help, it was a good call. Her sister listened to a variety of questions and concerns.
It's a natural benefit that Hope would feel better after a long talk, because she expressed her thoughts and received some comfort. But Hope needs more than that.
With every phone call, Hope shared her tears, her fears and various comments of concern. Hope needs to keep track of all this in order to continue to make progress.
After her phone call is over, how should Hope continue from that point?
To read on ... This has been an introductory segment for a preview. From Chapter 2: Calendaring
This Guide-Book, delivers Over 16 Chapters of Smarts. This book will guide you through the journey of divorce.
Author: Sara A.
A Certified Divorce Coach, Author, Speaker and Guide. Sara is inspired to guide women through the complex journey of divorce. With the Guide-Book, The Smart Gal's Guide thru Divorce "What Lawyer's don't tell you."
Sara, a graduate from The University of Texas, Austin, in Communications. Sara has prospered in Houston business, developing innovative business concepts from the ground-up. Sara has been divorced and still believes in marriage. Sara understands. If a woman finds divorce comes into her life, it is highly complex.
With a heart to encourage, Sara launched Divorce Buddys in 2012. Sara explains, "We know the journey of divorce. We explain the key-areas of concern to be sure to consider and the most-costly mistakes to avoid."
How to help? With this resource, The Smart Gal's Guide thru Divorce
Sara is available for speaking engagements, and she welcomes opportunities on Radio. With Divorce Buddys, Sara is guiding clients with "insider-thinking". To help women to become well-informed.
Guiding how to make sure everything is considered. Guiding how to limit those legal losses. Guiding how to move forward to divorce recovery.
Divorce Buddys Website: DivorceBuddys.com
Co-contributor: Sandra D. A Certified Divorce Coach and a Co-contributor For the Guide-Book, The Smart Gal's Guide thru Divorce "What Lawyers don't tell you."
Sandra, a graduate from The University of Texas, Austin, in Civil Engineering. Sandra was previously divorced and has learned from the challenge of divorce. Now happily remarried, Sandra is a loving mother of a blended family.
Sandra has a kind heart and recognizes the needs of the children as well as the adults. She has found much purpose in assisting women who are working through the divorce journey.
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