Shan is a certified life coach from the official coaching school of Tony Robbins, Robbins-Madanes Coaching Training.
She specializes in helping women thrive after divorce, as opposed to merely surviving.
Divorce affects every area of our lives - financially, emotionally, spiritually, physically, and the family dynamics. Our lives feel shattered and we need someone to help put the pieces back together again.
Shan is an expert in providing guidance, support and direction. She does this by designing customized tools, techniques, and strategies in order to help ease the difficult challenge of change and uncertainty.
Her mission in working with women recovering from divorce comes from having struggled with it herself.
As a result, she became committed to first bringing wholeness and happiness to herself.
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The holidays are just around the corner. For those of us that are separated or divorced, it can be a tough time.
One of our favorite emotions to access and generate is love. Unconditional love can bring us a sense of fulfillment, meaning, and purpose like no other emotion. Love is such a transient emotion and seemingly hard to measure. However, your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors can give you insight as to the quality of love you are experiencing at any given time.
When negative emotions and actions take over, it becomes the perfect recipe for marriage disharmony. Unless you become aware of your own hurtful attitudes or actions, chances are you won't do something about it. Marriage is accepting who that person really is. We only need to practice self-control and learn not to have so many expectations.
When Shakespeare originally asked the “To Be or Not To Be” question, he most likely didn’t have the subject of divorce on his mind. Sadly, it’s a question that we think about a lot more in this generation.
As I sat on the floor with my favorite after-school snack and juice, I watched TV mindlessly. My 10-year-old mind wandered until the image of a mom and dad flashed on the TV screen. They were explaining to their kids that daddy is moving to a new home and they would stay with mommy. But, they could come and visit dad on vacations and holidays. They called it “divorce”.