Divorce is tough, so why are Elizabeth Cohen and I smiling?
Because she has a roadmap for a mama who is considering divorce, in the middle of a divorce, or post-divorce. When she went through a divorce as a young mother, she couldn’t find the support and resources she needed and, frankly, longed for.
So she created a program.
Elizabeth Cohen is a psychologist who has broken the inevitable-depletion-during-and-after-divorce-code and has created a program so mamas like you don’t have to go it alone.
Divorce can make it tough to co-parent, to find our confidence again, to thrive again.
And what can be especially tough is when we don’t have a village to raise us up and take us through the process, one step at a time.
Elizabeth is also a mama who is part of the Mothering & Daughtering community; I first met her in one of our preteen mother-daughter workshops. She knows what sisterhood is about.
And she knows what thriving, not just surviving, is about.
I am so happy to share this interview with you!
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Once you’ve gotten a chance to check out the video, leave a comment below, because collective wisdom rocks, and we want to hear your take. We need each other.
Are you thriving or just surviving after a divorce? How is co-parenting going? What has this conversation brought up for you?
P.S. Forward this video to a mama who’s going through divorce or post-divorce. Because sharing is caring and everyone needs the sisterhood!