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Dealing with Divorce

by | Jan 8, 2022 | Moving Through Menopause Podcast, Podcasts

This episode I chat with Kelli Calabrese Certified Divorce Coach. Kelli was on a journey to heal from her own excruciating divorce and now she is on a mission to help women going through any stages of separation or divorce to move from fearful to fearless. Join us for some top tips to help you move towards a future filled with joy, freedom and peace.

It is a fact that there is an increase in the number of people facing divorce in January, put this together with Menopause and it could be a recipe for devastation. On the other hand midlife is a time of change and transition, emotionally, physically, domestically, and over 60 percent of divorces are initiated by women in their 40s, 50s or 60s.

Whether this shift is inflicted upon us of self- initiated it heralds a significant change and some guidance and sensitive support may be just what the Dr ordered. Kelli talks us though the most important things not to do to self sabotage during your divorce process and what to do instead to heal faster after divorce and live an amazing bonus life.

 

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No more ‘Mommy’ Brain

During menopause a woman’s brain goes through significant changes. Dr. Louann Brizendine (author of The Female Brain) says, “The mommy brain unplugs. Menopause means the end of the hormones that have boosted communication circuits, emotion circuits, the drive to tend and care, and the urge to avoid conflict at all costs.”  So what does this mean? Perhaps the time has come for the status quo to go and that could mean all change on the home front.

Whatever the reason for separation or divorce a neutral third party to offer support and guidance may just make all the difference and transport you from a place of just surviving to thriving! Contact Kelli 

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