147: Become the Heroine of Your Divorce Story with Andrea Hipps

Divorce is not who you are. It was something you experienced. What happens when we shift the label and own your new Single-hood from an empowered place? Let’s look at divorce as the Hero(ine)’s journey and reclaim your power so you can date from a healthy, grounded place instead of a victim, disempowered place. 

Insider tip: Don’t talk about your divorce on your first date. 

Listen in for exactly what to say if asked about your divorce on your first date.

Andrea Hipps, LBSW is a Certified Divorce Coach® and author who helps parents all along the divorce continuum resolve their divorce debris and create beautiful two-address families for their kids. She’s the author of the internationally bestselling book The Best Worst Time of Your Life: Four Practices to Get You Through the Pain of Divorce, which outlines the four practices you need to create wholeness and healing for you and your kids before, during, and after divorce. As a regular contributor to our nation’s divorce recovery conversation, she’s been featured on NBC, ABC, FOX and the CW discussing how we can do divorce better for the sake of ourselves and our families.

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