These are the common questions I get asked via email or in comments.
So before contacting me, feel free to see if I’ve answered your question here first, to save us both some time.
1. I’m a man, can you please write for everyone instead of just for women?
No, I’m not sexist and I don’t hate men. The men in my life who know me, understand what I’m doing. I privately coach women, not men. I am a woman (obviously) who has experienced divorce from a women’s perspective. That’s mainly what I share, my experience and my life. You are welcome to read anything that I’ve written, but yes, you might not 100% relate because you’re not a woman. If I were writing for “working moms” would you expect me to include dads too? Probably not!
Plus, God has led me to minister to Christian women, so that’s currently what I do. That may change someday, but for now, God has put me where I am so I follow His direction.
Furthermore, from a small business standpoint (I have a business degree) picking one, small target audience, like “divorcing/divorced Christian woman,” is better for my business than trying to put out a huge net to please everyone. I would drown in the sea of large blogs (businesses) who currently own that market. For now, what I’m doing is working for me, and the readers I serve. Thanks for your understanding!
2. Do you have any suggested websites for men who are going through a divorce?
Sure, there are many! Just do a search.
Here are some that I know of and just searched…
Daddy Got Custody
The Good Men Project (Divorce Section)
Kennedy Bell (Author of the Book, House of Straw)
3. I’ve added my address to your signup form but I haven’t received any confirmation email. Am I signed up?
First, until you’ve received a couple (2) emails from me, a link to my thank you page plus a confirmation page (with a short video from me), you’re NOT signed up to my email list. Always check your “Spam,” “Junk” and “Promotions” folders as emails like this often end up there.
I’m sorry for the inconvenience, but I cannot manually add anyone to my list, per privacy laws. You need to go through the steps. These steps help me to know you want to receive emails from me and keeps spammers/bots from signing up to my list (which causes problems).
If you’re still having trouble after a few tries, then use a different email address and try again. You can always change the email to something else after you’ve completed the signup process.
4. What do you mean by “unwanted divorce”?
I can only assume we didn’t plan our divorce when we married. We planned to stay married for life as most people do. Then things or a person changed. Or the true person came out. When our husband’s abuse, adultery, and/or addictions cause our home to be unsafe (for any family member) and lack peace, we may have to divorce even though we don’t want to. The husband may file for divorce and knowing he has moved on with someone else, you come to acceptance (even though it was obviously unwanted). Or a woman may even need to file for divorce, knowing this is what is best for everyone or because her spouse has refused to change (consequences for his continued behaviors). These all qualify as an “unwanted divorce” in my opinion. We were dealt an unfair hand of cards, so we have to accept the fact that it’s time to walk away from the game.
5. I have a question about your printable toolkits.
There are tabs on the product pages. There is a FAQs tab there as well that will probably answer most of your questions about the printables. The tabs are right under the pictures – gray colored – next to the “Description” tab.
6. I have a question about your coaching/mentoring.
First, no, I’m sorry I cannot take your medical insurance. And if I did, I’d have to charge way more just to get paid enough to keep doing what I’m doing and I’d have to charge more to those who do not have insurance. Any other questions about coaching can be found on the product pages (gray tabs) or on my Terms & Conditions page (scroll down).
I only coach English speaking women who are contemplating, divorcing or divorced, not men and not someone interested in learning how to blog or run a website. Although, I have created a page with my blogging advice if that helps.
Lastly, please if you’re asking me to call you, ladies, you’ll need to purchase a consult first. And a little advice, don’t share your phone number with just anyone on the internet. 😉 For all other questions, contact me through that page. Thank you!