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mythsmarriagedivorce_mandywalkerFaculty Member: Mandy Walker, Divorce Coach and Mediator

Facilitator: Cathy Meyer, Master Certified Coach, Certified Legal Investigator and Marriage Enrichment Coach

Mandy Walker and Cathy Meyer discuss outdated myths about marriage and divorce that keep people stuck and unable to move forward after divorce. Are you a failure because your marriage ended? Is society putting rules on the concept of marriage and divorce that are unreasonable? Listen to Mandy and Cathy discuss how society’s views on both play into our guilt and regret after divorce. More


As a divorce coach and mediator Mandy Walker’s mission is to help men and women end their relationships with dignity and respect so they don’t feel they’re going through divorce alone, so they’ll understand the process and their options and so they can feel confident in the decisions they’re making. For more about Mandy, go to SinceMyDivorce.com.


What you will learn from this podcast session: “Myths About Marriage and Divorce”

myths about marriage and divorceThis session will:

  • discuss the difference between a marriage failing and a marriage ending
  • emphasize how divorce doesn’t define who you are. It’s a life experience that doesn’t have to define you negatively
  • explain how every relationship has a beginning, a middle and an end – we just don’t know when the end will be
  • share how your family may look a little different now but you are still a family
  • discuss how we all have a fundamental right to be happy, to be content – it’s not frivolous, it’s not selfish, it isn’t selfish to leave a marriage if those rights aren’t being met.

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