Thriving After Divorce: From Victim to Victor
- 2.5 hours on-demand video
- 1 article
- 27 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- See yourself as a student of life rather than a victim of circumstance.
- Engage in experiences and exercises that will help you reclaim your life and your happiness.
- Build the confidence and courage to create the life you want.
- Release the pain and transform the anger that is keeping you stuck.
- Create and implement strategies replace self-defeating thoughts with empowering intentions.
- Come to this course with an open mind, a desire to reclaim your life and a willingness to put the effort into your well-being.
Are you feeling beaten down by your divorce? Do you feel like you've been through a battle and lost yourself in the process? Are you tired of feeling drained and defeated?
Are you ready to reclaim your life and get your happy back?
This course is organized into twelves chapters, each focusing on a particular effect of divorce on your well-being. Within each chapter, there are two videos of inspiration and motivation, a call to action with a multitude of specific and easy-to-implement ideas and seven life-changing journal prompts. You can move through the course in order or you can focus on the areas that are most important to you.
Every ending contains the seed of a new beginning. I'll help you learn how to let it grow.
- This course is designed for men and women who have gone through (or are going through) a divorce and feel victimized and stuck. This course is not for you if you are looking for legal advice regarding your divorce or if you are suffering from clinical depression or anxiety.
Learn what characterizes a victim mindset.
Understand the elements of a victim mindset that draw you in and how they keep you trapped.
Take back the power to drive your life.
Learn to distinguish between the cause of the pain and the pain itself.