Describes a divorce coach's role as a thinking partner

Sarah was overwhelmed. She had just moved out of the house she shared with Jonathan. Sarah had not lived alone for a long time. She struggled to picture a happy future. Everywhere she turned, there were more things to deal with–and she did not feel emotionally equipped to deal with any of them! How would they split up their belongings? What would happen with the kids? How would she survive this mess?

Sarah was starting to realize just how much work it was going to be to live on her own. Between dealing with new bills, following a new parenting schedule, working, and trying to keep track of everything, she felt like she was in over her head.

What Sarah really needed was a thinking partner

What Can a Thinking Partner Do For You?

A thinking partner can provide much-needed emotional support during a divorce. They can be an outlet for the frustrations, anger, and sadness that often accompany the various stages of the divorce process. 

Thinking partners don’t offer advice or try to solve problems; they simply listen and provide a space to express your feelings without judgment–who doesn’t need that? 

Thinking partners are nonjudgmental, understanding, and help to create a sense of acceptance that can be invaluable when going through such an emotionally intense experience. 

They can help you establish a sense of reason and level-headedness–2 qualities which are invaluable when going through this turbulent time. 

Does This Sound Like You?

Going through a divorce is one of the most challenging experiences a person can go through. In addition to the emotional turmoil, there are also many practical considerations that need to be taken care of. Divorce is scary to go through alone–and you don’t have to! 

Consider Hiring a Divorce Coach 

A divorce coach acts as a thinking partner, who can help you navigate the divorce process and make sure that you are feeling confident and level-headed as you go through perhaps the toughest period of your life. 

As a thinking partner, a divorce coach can provide guidance where no one else can. 

Here are just a few ways you can benefit from having a thinking partner: 

  • Act as a sounding board to bounce ideas off of
  • Help you create a co-parenting plan–and stick to it
  • Talk you through effective communication with your ex
  • Help you stay focused so you can think rationally when making tough decisions
  • Provide a listening ear, free of judgment
  • Give you unbiased support
  • Connect you with the proper resources, such as financial planners and divorce lawyers
  • Help you set goals
  • Keep you accountable to your goals
  • Help you assess your options before making tough decisions
  • So much more! 

In Short

A divorce coach can provide invaluable support during a very difficult time. If you are struggling with the emotional aspect of divorce or co-parenting, consider hiring a divorce coach to help you through the process. 

Divorce Coaching According to the Bar Association

Divorce coaching is a flexible, goal-oriented process designed to support, motivate, and guide people going through divorce to help them make the best possible decisions for their future, based on their particular interests, needs, and concerns. Divorce coaches have different professional backgrounds and are selected based on the specific needs of the clients” –American Bar Association 

Moshe Can Help 

I am Moshe Ben-Lev, a Certified Divorce and Parenting Coach. I regularly deal with clients just like Sarah. Divorce is scary! It is great to have a thinking partner on your side. 

As an educator in the Jewish community for over 30 years, I have seen the ugly parts of a divorce. I have seen kids struggling academically, socially, and emotionally when a divorce is not handled properly.

I have also worked with families who have handled the transition well–and I make it my mission to provide that experience to others. 

Together, we will create a safe space to help you turn the emotional side of divorce into the business of divorce. Together, we will navigate the divorce transition on your journey to divorce recovery.

Contact Moshe Today! 

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