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PostPosted: Wed Jan 11, 2012 9:59 am 
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I certainly know all about the pain of being alone while contemplating the option of divorce. For me, it happened while we both still lived in the same house. I was broken in spirit, frightened about my future, and had no one to turn to.

I had friends, and good ones, but in the throws of divorce you think, I don't want to burden them with my marriage problems. I need, and have to get professional help-- someone who has my best interests at heart but is objective in helping me get results.

See if this is a picture in which you see yourself. It's Late at night, you've been sitting on the couch, or lying in bed. You begin to realize as you stare at the ceiling, maybe my marriage is over. It’s difficult for you to talk to anyone. You don't want your family or your friends to know what you have been thinking. Besides, it’s just plain embarrassing. You ask yourself, should I try to save and fight for my marriage, or should I just end it? It’s all so confusing.

Too often, help seems so far away from you. Whether you live in the burbs, the country, mountains, the middle of nowhere USA, or even a big city, you can easily feel isolated and alone among the crowds of people. You try to appear as normal as you can outside, while inside, you’re dealing with your own private turmoil. You say to yourself, I need someone to talk to! But, where can I go and to whom can I turn to get that help? I need a divorce coach/divorce counselor to be a sounding board and make sense of my mess for me. I’m just not sure where to start.

That’s why I personally write for Divorce Coaching and Divorce Counseling.

Divorce coaching/divorcing counseling Is affordable, accessible, anonymous, and available by appointment. And you don’t even have to come to my office. Sometimes, that makes it feel safer. We can connect by phone, or use various communication options on the internet. That also means you don’t have to plan travel time or additional expense to meet with me. Plus, your anonymity and privacy are completely secure. I have many out of state clients, who prefer this effective means for Divorce Coaching and Divorce Counseling.

Many of you have expressed an interest in talking with me about how to save your marriage, or how to end it. Having gone through the pain myself, I’d be glad to help. Click here to receive a free 30-minute appointment, I’m making my calendar available for you to schedule a no obligation 30 minute appointment to see if divorce coaching or divorce counseling can help you. so I can help walk you through the process, step-by-step, whatever option you choose.

It won’t just go away by itself. Let me help you resolve one of the most painful times in your life, so you can start moving forward again. Make that your first step right now.

Dr. Michael Brooks
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