Help me GIVE ALL MOMS FREE ACCESS to my signature life-changing program so they can escape the shame, blame and overwhelm of divorce, strengthen their relationships with their kids, and create a new happy home.
I started my business Happy Home 5 years ago because I saw so many moms struggling to move on from their divorce.
They didn’t have the tools or support they needed to step into their new identities as single moms, to confidently lead their families as solo providers, or to work collaboratively with their former partners to co-parent their kids, not to mention consciously guide their kids through the divorce transition, powerfully take their careers to the next level, and - when they’re ready - welcome in new love relationships.
I saw moms stuck in a cycle of blame, shame and regret.
I created my signature Life After Divorce Breakthrough program to give moms exactly those tools, strategies and support to transform their lives for good when divorce happens.
Over the past 5 years I’ve been honored to support dozens of moms with exceptional results, their success stories are inspiring.
But this isn’t enough. There are so many more moms unserved, moms experiencing temporary financial constraints who need our help.
I want to make my signature Life After Divorce Program available for FREE to all eligible moms who need financial assistance.
Your donations will help me build the infrastructure needed to make this possible.
I'm on a mission to permanently change how we talk about divorce and how families experience it.
Our national discourse around divorce fans flames of fear, pain and stigmatization. Do a quick google search of the phrase “divorce stats 2023” and you’ll likely land on a Forbes Advisor article with shocking subtitles like “Divorcees Are More Likely to Die Earlier Than Married People” and “Having Friends Who Are Divorced Increases Your Risk of Divorce”.
The financial vulnerability of divorced women is also
“women were strongly disadvantaged in terms of losses in household income and associated increases in the risk of poverty. Moreover, women’s disproportionate losses in these objective measures of economic status were permanent. Although the gender gaps in household income and risk of poverty narrowed somewhat over time, differences between women and men remained substantial.”
The divorce itself is not the issue here - we need to work collectively to address root causes such as poverty, labor inequity, addiction and abuse. By scapegoating divorce, we're depriving ourselves of ... gaslighting ourselves