How to survive and thrive after breakup and divorce
By Sara Davison
Current wisdom is that a divorce coach is the person you call at the same time as you instruct a lawyer: you need someone impartial at your elbow to see you through the emotional and practical implications of the break up of a serious relationship. Sara Davison is considered to be the UK's premier divorce coach and Uncoupling is her unique companion to the challenging process of separation and divorce.
With a fresh, sympathetic and reassuring approach, Uncoupling provides tried-and-tested advice that will help anyone going through a break-up. It is the book that Sara looked for - and couldn't find - when going through the process herself, so she is only too well aware how few places people feel they can turn to for compassionate and practical advice.
Uncoupling combines Sara's extensive training in life-coaching techniques, her cutting-edge work with those who are themselves 'uncoupling', and her own personal experience. Her advice will show you how to navigate the pitfalls and will make the process easier. It is all about being in emotional control and Uncoupling will help you build your personal strength so that you can deal with the rollercoaster of emotions more effectively, enabling you to move forwards. It is all about putting you back in control.
Sara Davison is a life and business expert whose own personal experience has led to her creating a unique divorce coaching programme that offers support to individuals going through the process of uncoupling. An NLP Master Practitioner, with 16 years' coaching experience, Sara has successfully built a global business and has worked with some of the top names in personal development, such as Anthony Robbins and Paul McKenna.
With a wealth of experience helping others through challenging situations, as well as the experience of her own marriage breakdown, Sara was inspired to create a bespoke divorce coaching programme. She is considered the UK's premier divorce coach.
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01 Sep 2016
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Sound, practical advice — Guardian