Sadly, it didn't surprise me when I discovered that divorce rates peak for couples in their late forties.
There are of course a myriad of reasons why couples separate or divorce in midlife but often menopause can act as a catalyst, exposing and magnifying existing cracks in a relationship.
But could some of these divorces or break ups be prevented if there was more awareness as to how menopause symptoms can impact relationships?
Well, this week I chat to multi award-winning Divorce Coach Sarah Woodward to find out.
Sarah herself was once broken by divorce, wasting years devastated, in therapy, with chronic depression, grieving and truly lost.
Thankfully, after a number of years she's managed to find a way to embrace the change in her life and to start to build new relationships.
She now uses her training and experience to help others move on with their lives and leave behind their heartbreak to find happiness again.
Sarah is also one of the first Accredited Breakup and Divorce Coach Practitioners in the UK and has been awarded the Most Influential Woman in divorce coaching by the Influential Businesswomen Awards in 2020.
In this conversation we discuss:
Sarah shares some great tips and advice!
To get in touch with Sarah go to https://www.sarah-woodward.com/
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