I had the most wonderful experience this past week. I had the opportunity to host a special call with two fabulous women, Meredith Allen and Tara Eisenhard.
I had never met either of them…as a matter of fact, I had never even spoken to them before last night. But they are kindred spirits and I believe will be women with whom I will stay connected as I move along my own journey of self discovery and.
I asked Meredith and Tara to join me for my monthly teleclass because I had been reading their blogs and was taken by their candor, honesty and compassion.
Tara writes a blog called Relative Evolutions and has a philosophy about divorce that is in alignment with mine. She believes:
- A marriage shouldn’t survive at the expense of its participants.
- Sometimes a good divorce is the appropriate solution to a bad marriage.
- Separation signifies the evolution, not dissolution, of a family.
- Divorce is the shared goal of two people wishing to part ways.
- Divorce shouldn’t be ugly or expensive.
Tara is a divorced woman with no children of her own, but she is the girlfriend/partner of a man with children and has wonderful insight into the role that she plays in his/their lives.
Meredith writes a blog called Now Is Good where she shares her journey through and after divorce. Meredith is a divorced mom of three beautiful children and is navigating the waters of being a divorced woman and co-parenting with her Ex and his live-in girlfriend, a woman that was part of the reason for the divorce.
In her own words, “I’m a newly single mom of 3. I’m also a daughter, sister, friend, loner by nature and lawyer by trade. I swear like a sailor. I laugh really loudly. I have no tolerance for hypocrisy. Sarcasm, strength, good grammar, intelligence, biting humor and a fair amount of red wine are requirements, not preferences. Life has been throwing curve balls and I’ve been fielding them as well as I can. This is me figuring it all out.”
I absolutely LOVE her style!
Tara and Meredith recently blogged together in a series called “She Said, She Said” where they shared their thoughts on being divorced women, co-parents, the girlfriend of a divorced dad and managing so many emotions!
Because of the way in which they explored these issues and the respect, intellect and compassion in their writing, I asked them to join me for a conversation on the very same topic.
It was an EXTRAORDINARY hour!
I learned so much from them…and together, we talked about the REAL DEAL of divorce and the journey to wards creating your new and ideal life!
The call was so great that I wanted to make sure I shared it with you! So, click here to listen to the call….I hope you enjoy it as much as we did!