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Stage 1 - The Stage of Shock & Emotions
Shock is the initial stage of going through divorce, even if you were the one who left the marriage. You are in a
stage of pain, disorientation and emotions. Your mind is raging, your heart is fading. This is normal part of divorce.
Guidance through this tumultuous time is critical. Do not go through divorce alone.
Stage 2 - The Stage of Decisions
Life changing decisions are made during a divorce. It is a critical time which should be guided with advising
experts. How do you navigate through a legal and emotional landmine you have never been through before?
Stage 3 - The Stage of Acceptance
The stage of acceptance is a time to learn to live with your new normal, setting boundaries, managing your and
other's expectations. Acceptance is crucial as preparation for your new life. Understanding you are loved uniquely
and profoundly by God and learn how to embrace this truth.
Stage 4 - The Stage of Moving Forward
The stage of Moving Forward is a time to redesign your life. It takes intention and strategy. Rekindling those
dreams and goals or creating new ones. This time needs guidance to live a purposeful life God intends for you and
not being a reflex to other peoples agenda for your life.
"Going through divorce is a painful time. And yet, it is equally as powerful in it's ability to move you and change you for the better." Kathey Batey
DISCLAIMER: Kathey Batey is a life transition coach, corporate trainer, speaker, author. She is not presenting herself as a professional therapist. This information is for educational purposes only and all responsibilities for individual choices are up to the individual.
Divorce Support Anonymous webinars provide guidance and depth of thought to bring you through divorce and make it leverage to a new and exciting life. We have two parts to each webinar, so you have time to process the information and relate it to what you are experiencing in your own divorce.
We’re committed to helping you.
Not everyone is willing to seek help from their church or counselor. Sometimes we feel our pain is so private that we don't want to have to face someone with it. I understand, use this site as a companion to get you through this difficult time.