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Divorce Conversations for Women


Dec 10, 2021

Rhonda and her guest, Cherie Morris, discuss conflict resolution and practical ways to communicate effectively. Cherie explains the BIFF method and other strategies for communicating so that you can begin to honor yourself in times of stress and conflict. 

 

Grab Cherie’s free download!

 

https://deardivorcecoach.com/request-transform-conflict-in-your-life/

 

More about our guest:

 

Cherie practiced law for many years before transitioning to full-time coaching seven years ago. Her own divorce informed her awareness of a missing link in life transitions, especially separation and divorce. Cherie believes having an objective thinking partner, an expert in communication, and transformational communication, allows her clients to plan for their success to more fully support their children too. 

 

Cherie uses tools from many modalities including referrals to legal, financial, and therapeutic professionals but also helps them implement specific meditation and action-oriented practices to address their wholeness as people. She firmly believes when the adults are well, their children can thrive too. 

 

Connect with Cherie:

 

​​Company Website

www.DearDivorceCoach.com www.Recompose.Us

 

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/DearDivorceCoach

 

LinkedIn

www.linkedin.com/in/morrischerie

 

Twitter

https://twitter.com/DearDivorceTeam

 

Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/deardivorcecoach/

 

YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJJMAXn_j7fwszBM6-Zh8EQ

 

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.