Divorce can be an isolating life event, especially if you are the first in your family or friend group to go through a divorce. Our focus is on community and building a group filled with people going through the same struggles you are. We create events that take the edge off and provide a lighthearted reprieve from the day to day realities of divorce. It is our goal to combine fun with useful, empowering knowledge and new lifelong relationships.
Empowering knowledge and new lifelong relationships.
DIV/VY | Testimonials
“I was on the verge of filing for divorce when someone from my church suggested I meet with Theresa. I had not ever heard of a divorce coach and I didn’t understand why I was calling this person. Well what I got was a real life description of divorce from all perspectives. She didn’t tell me not to get a divorce, she just made me realize I would NEED to get alone with my spouse if we got divorced because it’s important for the kids health. So I put in effort and ended up staying married. I’m not saying my marriage is perfect but I’m thankful I had someone to give me the facts I needed to re-think my decision."
“Therapy had helped my kids after my divorce but 3 years later I was still bitter and depressed. My therapist actually suggested I consider a coach that could help me create a life plan... and snap out of my negativity. My life is now completely different. My friends say I’m a new person. I owe it all to Heather.”
“I have a personal trainer, an assistant, even a concierge doctor. I outsource everything because my time is money. I listened to my attorney’s advice and immediately hired Heather Candelaria as my coach and my realtor. Anyone with a busy schedule like mine needs the efficiency of a coach during divorce.”
“When I went through my divorce I couldn’t count on my family or my friends to support me or understand my situation. I couldn’t sleep, couldn’t eat, and had to make major decisions regarding money, kids, etc... I wouldn’t be where I am today if Theresa had not helped me create a plan and emotionally let go of the pain.”