Having an amicable divorce is all well and good, but what if your ex is a complete nightmare?
How can you navigate a path through when your confidence is at an all time low?
How can you negotiate with someone who won’t negotiate?
Divorce can be lonely at the best of times, but when your ex doesn’t seem to operate the same way as other people you can feel even more alone. How do you get any control over the process? And how do you get through it all when you feel like a shadow of your former self?
We hear lots of terrible stories from people at their lowest ebb, struggling to get through this stage in their lives.
The good news: you are on your way out of an unhappy marriage.
More good news: your life is going to get better.
More good news: you are not alone and there are people out there who can help!
One of these people is Nawal Houghton, a divorce coach (and also accredited mediator and qualified solicitor) who is a divorcee herself.
Since 2003, she has had both professional and personal experience of helping both men and women navigate their divorce or separation process. One of her specialist areas is narcissistic spouses, and difficult behaviour.
She joins us on Tuesday March 16th at 8pm to give us some insight into strategies for how to deal with difficult exes. We’ll talk through behaviours, confidence, negotiating and parenting. As much as we can cover in half an hour! The remaining half an hour will be opened up to questions from attendees.
HOW TO ATTEND
We meet on Zoom. You will have the opportunity to ask questions or comment in the chat area during the event.
To attend you’ll need to be a DC member which is free 3 months and just £7.99 per month thereafter. (You can cancel any time.)
Membership will include weekly online events with experts such as lawyers, financial advisors, coaches, psychologists and mediators; regular social events; an invitation to our private chat area with other divorcees (no more Facebook faux pas) and the chance to connect personally with other members who are going through similar bumps in the road to you.