From: Marlene Clay, Divorced Happily Ever After Coach
Raleigh, North Carolina
Dear Fellow Parent,
I know that if you’ve just decided to get divorced that it can be a really scary time. I’ve been there. There are so many different emotions – sadness, anger, fear, guilt, etc. One of the fears is about telling your friends and family. How will they react? What will they think? What if they ask a lot of questions and you don’t feel comfortable sharing the details?
I went through all of this and I put off telling people as long as I could because I was so worried about what everyone was going to think, and how they were going to treat me. What I learned is that most people just want you to be happy and they want to help…BUT…they don’t know how.
Here’s what happens. You tell your friend that you’re getting divorced and immediately they start telling you about the nightmare divorce their other friend just went through, and how awful it’s been for the kids, and on and on. Now you feel like crap. Thanks a lot, right?
Or you tell your friend you’re getting divorced and they tell you how much they’ve always disliked your spouse, and how glad they are that you’re finally getting away from that horrible person. Now they start going into all the ways your spouse is a jerk.
You may agree, but the problem here is that now you’re focused on the negative and you’ve got a negativity partner to help reinforce those thoughts and ideas. It may seem nice to have someone “on your side”, but ultimately it will make it more difficult to work together with your spouse so your kids can come through this as healthy as possible.
It’s so important to tell people what they can do to be supportive AND what you don’t want them to do (talk negatively, tell horror stories, etc). This can be done in a way that’s simple and clear, and feels right to you.
That’s why I created the How To Tell Your Friends and Family That You’re Getting Divorced kit.
I know that so many parents, just like you, want to keep things amicable and want to do what’s best for their children. But they don’t know how to manage all the outside influences and they’re unsure what to say to people. They feel alone and they feel like they have little control over the situation.
This divorce conversation kit walks you through all the steps to having easy, comfortable conversations with everyone in your life about your decision and how they can support you. Not only does it help you figure out who you need to tell and in what way, but includes six different sample letters you can use. The sample letters are so helpful because they give you the language to use, and show you how you can be strong and set boundaries while being genuine and loving.
Using this kit will help you:
Here’s the scoop ~
In your kit, I’ll guide you step by step as you learn:
But wait, there’s more! There are also 2 amazing bonuses!!
You may be most worried about telling your children that you’re getting divorced. What should you say? How will they react? How much should you tell them? I know how upsetting and nerve-wracking this can be. So I’m including How To Tell Your Kids That You’re Getting Divorced So They Can Get the Support They Need for FREE!
This report includes:
A 15-minute “How to Talk About Divorce” session with me. You get to ask me any questions that you have about the material or about your particular situation. If you want, you can practice on me and I can give you feedback. It’s up to you. It’s your 15 minutes to use in whatever way is most helpful to you.
Take a full three months to use the divorce conversation kit at NO RISK.
I’m 100% confident that if you read the material, do the exercises and follow the examples, you’ll have positive results sharing your divorce news with your friends, family and children.
If the samples and techniques I share don’t produce the results you were looking for, just ask me for a refund within 90 days of your purchase.
No reason needed. No hassles. That’s a promise because I want you happy.
I understand that:
I look forward to talking with you soon!
P.S. – It will be such a relief to know what to say and how to say it, so go ahead and start taking control right now. With such a low investment amount, plus a full money back guarantee, it’s really a no-brainer.
Any questions? I’m happy to answer them.
Simply contact me at marlene@DivorcedHappilyEverAfter.com
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