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love yourself. love your life. find love!

If you're struggling to get past a break-up or over your ex (regardless of how long it's been), join us for Heartbreak to Breakthrough, a transformational workshop designed to help you take back your power!

 

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Join our global virtual community of Empowered Single Women!

Join me for Loving without Losing, a FREE online training on how to find lasting love without losing yourself again (my best-ever training to date)!

Register now for instant access!

 

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Six weeks after I married my soulmate at age 22, I became a widow. My world fell apart and so did I...it took years to put the pieces back together.

 

Then at age 35, my second husband and I separated and I began a new life again...this time with two young children clinging to my leg.

This wasn't the life I had planned. I had always been the "relationship girl" in school, picturing wedding dresses and white picket fences. So I wasn't prepared to become single...again.

But the Universe was trying to tell me something - and I finally listened.

I came to realize the tremendous power in letting myself be untethered... rediscovering my strengths and passions and rebuilding my life with myself at the center.

This is why today I'm such a passionate advocate for single women...helping them to raise their standards for life and love and go after their dreams.

My mission is to help women fall back in love with themselves, create joy-filled lives, and create happy, healthy relationships!

Whether you are recently single, single for a long time, or in a relationship you're unsure about, I invite you to watch my free training Loving without Losing to learn more, and to join my global community of Empowered Single Women.

 

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Please note: We provide coaching services for women who are ready to create an extraordinary life and love life. We are not mental health professionals. If you are currently struggling to cope with a mental illness, addiction, or active abuse situation you would be better served by a therapist, psychologist or psychiatrist.

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