Can I be real with you for a second? Releasing a book is SUPER emotional–especially when you’re as brutally honest as I am. You know I have zero shame when it comes to sharing the gritty details of what it looks like to be divorced…and why you should cherish your marriage.
But it’s been a whirlwind since my new book was released last week. I haven’t even had time to process all the shit this book has brought up for me (and the people who are reading it). But Y’all have been on this journey with me since the beginning so I wanted to give you a quick round-up of everything I’ve been up to.
Watch the Interview Here.
I’m kind of a big deal. (Or at least that blazer I’m wearing is a big deal. It’s beautiful, right?) Any time I get to share about my secret recipe for a successful marriage, it brings me joy. (HINT: It’s all about bringing the sexy back to your bedroom.)
I also got REAL with the ladies over at BLUNTmoms about why you should stay married.
Like I’ve been telling people for months now, I’m a happily divorced person who believes that marriage is worth fighting for. In this post, I’m talking about the real reason I wrote “Woulda, Shoulda, Coulda”. I did it for married people who are contemplating divorce and need to hear the truth. Think that’s easy to do, or hear? Nah.
But it’s necessary and I felt compelled to do it.
I thought long and hard about putting myself out there and taking a bullet… because trust me, I am. I’m hearing loads of shit about how I’m being hypocritical of my “brand” (I am a divorce coach and podcast host) and unsupportive of the “divorced tribe of women” out there. It might be a little quiet over here while I think about where I’m going next. People need to hear about the whys and hows of staying married. I want to speak to your book groups and your women’s groups about communication and actually smiling at your partner. And to do this, some things are changing.
But you know that I’ll be nothing but REAL while it happens.
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