Does it seem like no one understands what you’re going through in your high-conflict divorce? 

It’s because they likely don’t. All divorces are not created equal and a high-conflict divorce is like nothing else. You spend half your time fighting battle after battle and the other half trying to explain what’s been happening to people who just don’t get it.

The good news is, I do get it.

Being a mother and going through a divorce is hard enough, but add in the ongoing post-separation abuse, trying to protect your kids from the conflict and surviving the smear campaign and it can feel like you’ll never make it through. But you will, I promise.

To do it, you need a deep understanding of the realities of high-conflict divorce, the right team of legal professionals, a strategic mindset, top-notch self-care routines and a clear set of priorities.

I know it sounds like a lot, but you can do it and I can help.

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4 Ways To Feel In Control Through Your High-Conflict Divorce

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Sheryl is an amazing coach, and I have been so grateful for her help, support, and advice. She has taken the 'guesswork' out of what to do and how to respond in so many circumstances and communications. Sheryl has helped to guide me during my difficult, high-conflict divorce, and given me the confidence and ability to handle the many stressful situations that come with it.

It has been invaluable to have someone who has been through similar experiences, who can share strategies and what works. Sheryl has a genuine care and talent to coach others in these new challenges. Without a doubt, I would highly recommend Sheryl to anyone who is experiencing a separation or divorce.

Brittany C.

Sheryl has immeasurable insight and compassion. Our work together has brought me new perspective, power, and an ability to focus on what matters most (my child and myself!).

I feel much more equipped to handle whatever comes next and I only wish I had found Sheryl sooner and gained this perspective earlier in the process.

Anna B.

The Healthy Mom After Divorce Podcast