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Divorce Conversations for Women


Nov 19, 2021

Rhonda talks with Podcast Host and Coach, Kate Anthony about how women can take care of themselves as they contemplate divorce. Kate tackles the difficult question: Should I stay, or should I go?

 

About our guest, Kate Anthony:

 

Kate Anthony is the host of the critically acclaimed and New York Times recommended podcast The Divorce Survival Guide Podcast and the creator of the groundbreaking online coaching program, Should I Stay or Should I Go? which helps women make the most difficult decision of their lives using coaching tools, relationship education, geeky neuroscience, community support, and deep self-work. Kate empowers women to find their strength, passion, and confidence even in the most disempowering of circumstances and helps them move forward with concrete plans set on a solid foundation, putting their children at the center (not in the middle) of all their decisions. In addition to her online programs, Kate works privately with clients all over the world. Kate lives in Los Angeles with her teenage son (whom she lovingly co parents with her ex-husband), their two dogs, and a handful of fish. 

 

Connect with Kate:

 

Company Website www.kateanthony.com 

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/YourDivorceSurvivalGuide 

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thedivorcesurvivalguide

TikTok: @thedivorcesurvivalguide



Your host is Rhonda Noordyk, CFEI, CDFA®, CEO of The Women’s Financial Wellness Center

 

Rhonda has dedicated her career to being an advocate for women and educating them on how financial strategies can impact their personal and professional success. Her work has shown women going through a divorce how to have a voice, be assertive, get results, be driven, and move forward with confidence. 

 

For Rhonda and her company, the Women’s Financial Wellness Center, helping women isn’t just about running the numbers. It’s about asking the right questions, demystifying myths and biases around finances, and helping women walk in their power. Rhonda is passionate about helping her clients navigate a broken system and level the playing field so they can achieve success—pre, during, and post-divorce.