These are the common questions I get asked via email or in comments on a daily basis.
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, and I care about, understand what I’m doing for women – I privately coach women. I am a woman (obviously) who has experienced divorce from a women’s perspective. That’s mainly what I share, my experience, my life, my advice, and my story. You are welcome to read anything that has already been written on this website, but you might not 100% relate because you’re not a woman.
If I were writing for and coaching “working moms” or “stay at home/homeschool moms” (which I did for many years) would you expect me to include dads too? Probably not! (I rarely heard I was sexist, stupid, and uncaring when I was writing just for homeschool “moms”.) And I would never ask a man to stop writing for just men on his website (see many below).
Furthermore, men, if you sign up for my newsletter emails, you will probably be removed and deleted. If you want to be mad and blame someone, blame the men who email me weekly, hostile emails calling me names (when I’ve said or done nothing to them) or the men telling me, Baby, if you had someone like me you wouldn’t be divorced. Those despicable men are making it worse for the few kind men out there looking for healing. Hard to know who doesn’t have wrong motives anymore! And I don’t have time to try to figure it out.
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.
And here are some that I know of…
Divorce Force (started by 2 men)
Divorce Guy Grinning
The Divorce Men’s Network
Divorce Care (started by a man)
Single Matters (started by a woman but now has many men writers)
Daddy Got Custody
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 (2-3) 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 mine 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. Do I have permission to divorce? What do you mean by “unwanted divorce”?
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 am sorry I cannot take any medical insurance. Any other questions about coaching can be found on the product pages (gray tabs) in the website shop 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, run a website, or minister to ladies about abuse and divorce. Although, I have created a page with my blogging advice if that helps.
Lastly, please if you’re asking me to call you, you’ll need to purchase a consult first (women only). 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!
7. How did you come up with the wisdom that you can divorce and even remarry after divorce, after reading the Bible? Please share with me all that you’ve read, studied, and learned.
Gosh, do you have six years… or maybe twenty plus? I’ve been reading and studying the Bible since I was 22 years old. Even before that, I had a yearning to know more about Jesus. I’ve taken university-level Old Testament and New Testament courses of study, plus my own daily study, so I’ve done the work. If you’d like to know more, I also do consulting for pastors, attorneys, and other educators/advocates. Just send me an email, letting me know what you need, and I’ll tell you what I can do to help and send you an invoice.