Santa Monica Observer October 16, 2003
As seen in The Santa Monica Observer Weekly
ASK THE DIVORCE COACH©, SUSAN ALLAN
HOW TO AVOID DIVORCE PART III
How can you prevent “Thanksgiving Torture” and “Family Frustration” from ending in divorce? Since the holidays may strain good relationships, family events can become traumatic for couples that have unresolved issues. How can you prevent this added stress from leading to separation or divorce? How will you get through the holiday season intact and on track for a Happy New Year?
If you don't want to become a statistic, are you willing to learn new and more successful strategies to communicate with your spouse? Are you thinking it's too early to worry about all this? Are you hoping that it will be different this year? It's already pumpkin season; NOW is the time to begin to acquire new skills.
“How To Avoid Divorce Training”© allows you to honestly investigate which unresolved issues stand between you and your partner. You will consider all your options including the benefits of reconciliation or divorce. During the 12 session telephone coaching, couples or individual spouses investigate in which category they belong:
been married for 5 years. I love him with all my heart.
He says he loves me, however we never do anything together
that is not a mom and dad thing; we have no personal
relationship. I can't live like that. I've tried
talking to him and all I hear is that he is too busy with
school and work and that we don't have money to go out. When
is enough, enough?
CLIENT: “Thank you for bringing all of your brilliance to bear on my situation, I got the perspective I needed. You were so detailed!” PB
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