What Is This?
The GOOD Divorce™ Principles is a work-at-your-own-pace course that's designed to provide you with the essentials of a more productive divorce process.
Why Sign Up?
After working through this course, you will have:
- Productive personal goals to work toward (instead of simply "fighting to win" against your ex).
- Deeper awareness of your own feelings and needs in a triggered situation.
- Personal power to detach from destructive stories that only serve to feed drama.
- A system to help you respond (not react) to situations that arise throughout your process.
- A greater understanding of your own sense of dignity, allowing you to set more appropriate boundaries in your own behavior as well as how you allow others to treat you.
Who Is It For?
It's never too late for a GOOD Divorce™. Ideal students possess a willingness to work for a better outcome, regardless of where they are in the separation process.
Can you handle a little self-reflection?
Do you hold hope for a brighter future?
Are you a self-help junkie?
Will you commit to personal responsibility for your own actions and outcome?
If you answered yes, this course is for you!
How Does It Work?
After you register, you'll be granted access to the virtual classroom. There, you'll find videos, reading material, worksheets and quizzes to help you realize the principles of a GOOD Divorce™. You can work through the material at a speed that's comfortable for you. Upon completing the program, you can schedule a 30-minute coaching call to receive more personalized assistance on your journey.
What's My Investment?
Your individual investment is $47. This includes:
- Unlimited access to the virtual classroom
- One 30-minute private coaching session with your coach, Tara Eisenhard
- Membership in Tara's private Facebook Group or Evolving Exes
Hi there, I'm Tara! I help struggling singles overcome shame and frustration so they can find peace and create a life they love. I'm a child of divorced parents, an ex-wife, a “next” wife and the previous partner of a divorced dad. Personal experience taught me that a marriage shouldn't survive at the expense of its participants, and divorce is about evolution, not dissolution.
Isn't it time we redefine "success" and "failure" in relation to partnerships? I think so.
I work as an author, coach and educator with a passion for healthy and respectful divorces. I'm the author of the book The D-Word: Divorce Through a Child’s Eyes and the blog, Relative Evolutions. You might have also seen my name next to some articles on DivorceForce.com, FamilyAffaires.com, DivorcedMoms.com, MariaShriver.com, The Huffington Post and Stepmom Magazine.
In my community, I volunteer for Junior Achievement and Big Brothers Big Sisters. I'm also a volunteer mediator and board member for Neighborhood Dispute Settlement, and I'm involved with the PA Council of Mediators.
On the personal side, I'm a lover of books, yoga, nature, animals, ice cream and naps.