“We need a vacation, a chance to re-connect free of distractions”.
This was my plan.
No work, no car pools, no hockey practices, no dinners to prepare.
This would be the space where we would fall in love all over again.
My wish was fervent and my belief deep……

“My family will survive”!!

Armed in our best dispositions we embraced this trip with hope and fresh inspiration.
Swimming and taking in the light of the sun, we laugh as a family.
No candle lit dinners or sparkling conversation, simply the same two people
with high hopes and dreams for a life together silently guarding the truth.

“I do not want this life”

damn I said it. This terrifying thought escaped no longer to be ignored.
What do I do now?
Where do I begin?
Who can help?

The holiday aftermath is a very sensitive time for families dealing with separation and divorce.
Memories tug and the hopeful faces of children opening presents is shattered by the devastation of divorce.
Steps must be taken to ensure the healthy transition for all family members.
There will be “fall out”.
Letting go of the fairy tale of “happily ever after” is a process.
People will rage and deal with their emotions very differently.
This is normal and part of a healthy grieving process.

A Life Coach can help provide emotional support during this period.
Whether it’s helping a family member get comfortable in the reality of “what is”
and processing their emotions or helping to provide tools to the family in moving
forward with a different life.

Living life without any clear direction for your future can be overwhelming.
There is a lot of fear and the threat of danger and hurting others is a very
real possibility. Having a coach to help you take your steps into a new beginning
is a gift you give to yourself and your family.
They can help with creating a new vision for you and your family.
If we don’t have visions as to what we want to achieve in the next act of our life, then
how are we ever going to bring it about?
A Coach knows where to start and helps bring clarity into focus.
The more clarity you have about what you want, the more you are willing to work for it.

To a New Year filled with creative new beginnings!

Cori Capp
Life Coach

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