My Divorce Pal covers all the different stages of ending your relationship so matter where you are in the process, you'll find the help you need.
Ending your marriage doesn't affect just you but your spouse, your children, your extended family and your friends. It often turns every aspect of your life upside down. It's a life-changing decision and you want it to be right.
The modules in this track cover such topics as seeing divorce as an option, not wanting to be the bad guy, wishing your spouse was dead, being scared of making the wrong decision and not wanting to hurt anyone.
Once you've realized divorce is part of your future, the next step is often NOT filing for divorce but rather, preparing for divorce.
The work you do in this stage will have a significant impact on the outcome of the legal process and potentially your relationship with your STBX which is critical if you have minor children together.
The modules in this track cover such topics as telling your spouse and your children, when to file for divorce, seeking legal advice, going public with your divorce and resolving who moves out.
Parenting after divorce is different but many people feel they become better parents once the marital conflict ends. You can too and it starts as soon as you start thinking about divorce.
In this track you'll find modules on creating a parenting plan, being a parenting team, stress-free parenting exchanges, communicaating as parents and coping with different parenting styles.
The reality is that for the vast majority of us there is less money after divorce. The financial decisions you make now will have a long term impact on your financial future. Educating yourself now, confronting your fears about money, and approaching these decisions from a rational, logical viewpoint will have atangible, real impact on financial well-being.
In this track you'll find modules on using your credit report, creaating a budget, what do with the family home, creating your financial inventory and your personal property inventory and more.
Taking care of yourself through the end of your relataionship, through the legal process, and beyond is a priority. Very simply, if you take care of yourself you'll be in a better position to handle all the changes that are happening in your life. On a deeper level, taking of yourself is about reconnecting with your authentic self, leaarning from your divorce and creating the next phase of your life.
Here's you'll find modules covering such topics as taking on a physical challenge, making your needs a priority, forgiveness, handling wedding memorabilia, asking for help and writing to heal.
“Divorce is complicated in itself, but the myriad of personal details surrounding the process make it nearly overwhelming...Mandy Walker writes about these matters. She is motivated by integrity, not revenge.”
C.G. - Boulder, CO
Untangling from your spouse and rearranging your life doesn't happen in a neat, orderly process. Events don't happen in certain order and it can indeed feel like it's happening all at once. It's often likened to being on a roller-coaster. That's why My Divorce Pal is designed so you can move from module to module, track to track getting help on each topic at the time you most need it.
There are over 50 modules in My Divorce Pal. Each module is a standalone topic and is presented as a short video. Most of the videos are less than 10 minutes. This makes it super easy for you to find the time to work through the program. What makes the program so powerful is that each module comes with its own worksheet to help you apply the insights from that module to your own situation.
P.S. Each module also comes as an audio or written presentation so you can choose the format that works best for you. You'll find a full listing of the modules here.
My Divorce Pal is based on the collective wisdom of over 120 people who I have personally interviewed together with my experience as a divorce coach and mediator. These people have shared their pains...joys...successes...and failures with me so you can rest assured that the information I share comes from the trenches - from people who have been where you are and have thrived. This is what makes My Divorce Pal like having your own highly-qualified team of advisors, giving you compassionate, non-judgmental, tried and tested solutions.