A result of the author’s own experience finding her way through a
particularly traumatizing divorce, this guide includes the usual self-help aspect as well as stories and advice that other women were willing to share with the author to help any woman sail through a turbulent time.
Offering a fresh and uncommon perspective beyond the already long list of
books on divorce that focus on getting through a break up’s emotional toll or how to deal with children, the book’s usefulness covers a comprehensive list of solutions to challenges that arise from attorneys offering legal and financial advice to saving on cosmetics and holiday gifts.
There is a practical list of household hints as well as methods for helping kids get through such an upsetting period and ways to confront health issues that arise as a result of a stressful time.
The author stresses the importance of such a life transition and how this guide can be a safety net providing a myriad of suggestions that help women move from a victim status to regaining their strength of inner peace and wisdom. Every woman who finds herself in the middle of a break up will find this the ideal all-inclusive companion for moving on.
Wendi Schuller is a published author who has conducted classes on various subjects. She draws upon her knowledge as a nurse, Neuro-Linguistic Programmer (NLP), and hypnotherapist, providing a blueprint to guide women through this difficult transition. Schuller hired an attorney for a court divorce, but decided to go the collaborative route instead and has worked with a mediator post-divorce.
Her passion is international travel and she devised savvy cost-cutting measures to achieve this dream. Schuller worked in the public schools and observed firsthand the effects of divorce on children. Her aim is to have families experience a smoother divorce, keeping their sanity intact and obtaining the healthiest outcome possible.
Her most recent book is The Global Guide to Divorce and she has over 200 published articles. She is a guest on radio programs in the US and UK. Web site is globalguidetodivorce.com.