Recently divorced or separated
and trying to figure out how to move through your financial situation?
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If you’re experiencing money shame or anxiety due to the breakup of your marriage or long-term relationship, my Financial Dignity After Divorce program will empower you to recover a positive and peaceful relationship with your money.
You might be feeling alone, overwhelmed, and confused about handling money (and life) on your own. You may even feel like a failure at having to start over. I know, because I’ve been there, too!
She’s a retired school teacher whose husband of 29 years is divorcing her for a MUCH younger woman. All of a sudden, Janet finds herself on her own for the first time in decades.
She is furious, embarrassed, and scared about the future. Janet will receive some spousal support and retirement funds but she’s overwhelmed about the next steps to take.
The lesson in Day 24 gives Janet the vital information she needs to move forward with confidence.
He’s a mortgage loan officer who was only married for three years when he realized his wife had secret credit card debt of $25,000.
Now that the divorce is final, he has a $12,500 reminder of her – “his” share of “their” debt. Ryan is on-fire pissed off at the unfairness of it all. He knows his rage is out of control and making him unhappy but he doesn’t know how to let it go.
The lesson in Day 22 gives Ryan a proven road map to accelerate his debt payoff, while the wisdom in Day 30 will show him how to constructively release his negative emotions.
For 15 years she enjoyed staying home with her 3 kids, managing the household and orchestrating their social life.
Now that divorce is looming, Diana has to go back to work and rein in her spending. She wants to be financially stable but she doesn’t want her kids to miss out on experiences like competitive sports and private school.
The lessons in Days 12 and 21 will show Diana how to master her spending in a healthy, balanced way.
Karlie and her fiancé lived together for six years. When Karlie broke off the engagement, there was a wedding dress in the closet and a deposit paid on the reception site. A couple more months and it would have been a divorce.
Unfortunately, all of the debt from the relationship is in Karlie’s name Four credit cards, a consolidation loan, and a car note are all her responsibility now. She’s in a state of paralysis when she looks at all the debt and has no idea where to start.
The lesson in Day 13 will get Karlie unstuck and moving in the right direction.
WHAT WE WILL COVER
Manage your personal finances with ease and certainty
- Discover the tools that make money management easy
- Tips for staying on top of your changing financial situation
- How to find and recruit experts for your money team
- Identify and upgrade your money thoughts and words
- Overcome negative money narratives from your past
- How to make money your friend rather than your adversary
Identify your emotional
money hot buttons
- Curb emotional spending
- Overcome financial overwhelm
- Conquer blaming, avoidance, and financial secret-keeping
Release the money baggage from your previous relationship
- Learn to trust again
- Navigate financial decisions that affect your kids
- Leverage the power of forgiveness & gratitude
Develop healthy money behaviors to carry you into the future
- Master Your Spending
- Live Debt Free
- Stay Excited about Saving & Investing for the Future
Feel grounded, confident,
and in control again
- Create a Prosperity Plan that works for you
- Increase your financial IQ
- Respect yourself and your money
BY THE END OF THE 30 DAYS YOU WILL HAVE:
Tools to Confidently Manage Your Money
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EACH DAILY LESSON INCLUDES
5 - 10 Minute Teaching via Audio
Written Summary of Key Points
Journal Questions to Reflect and Apply Each Lesson to Your Life
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BONUS:You’ll receive a FREE copy of my e-book Money is Emotional: Prevent Your Heart from Hijacking Your Wallet. This book contains all the financial strategies you’ll need to ensure your continued success after completing the Financial Dignity After Divorce Program.