Stay in your BEST SELF BEST SELF during your Divorce!
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This toolkit will help you define what the baseline of your Best Self looks like.

Once you have a solid baseline, you can use it to gauge your behavior or when you have stressful or unsuccessful interactions with your ex and you can course correct.   

If you can stay in your Best Self most of the time during interactions with your ex, you are doing your part to keep the divorce process moving along  which means getting it done faster.

You are also creating a solid foundation of healthy communication for co-parenting post-divorce which is crucial for your kids and your sanity.  


Stay in your Best Self during your divorce!


Best Self Exercise with Video Guide + 1 Free Coaching Session to discuss results and game plan for staying in your Best Self
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Why focus on your Best Self during divorce?

We can all react badly here and there, especially when under stress.  Divorce is the epitome of an emotional rollercoaster so being conscious ahead of time about how we want to       show up will be a lifesaver in the long-run.
The exercise will only take you 10 minutes to complete and the take-aways from such a short investment are HUGE!  Here are a few things that could come out of doing this 10 minute exercise:
  • Faster divorce process
  • Spend less money on legal fees from a dragged out divorce process
  • Healthy co-parenting relationship with your ex that prioritizes your children
  • Being able to sleep at night knowing you acted like an adult
  • Baseline goal that you can use to hold yourself accountable
  • Your sanity!
Plus, once you complete the 10 minute exercise, you can schedule your FREE Divorce Coaching Session to review the results and discuss how you plan to execute these behaviors under stress.
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Meet Lee,

Lee Wright is a Certified Divorce and Divorce Recovery Coach. She works with her clients to help them stay focused on the goal of completing the divorce and getting to the light at the end of the tunnel. Her areas of focus are emotional support, accountability, post-divorce dating and Best Self awareness.