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Episode 06

Conscious Uncoupling: How to Overcome Divorce Challenges Creatively and Collaboratively

April 3, 2014

Yesterday, I interviewed the delightful Michelle Crosby of Wevorce. It was such an excellent time as we were almost like two peas in a pod. We share very similar views of relationships and the possibility of transitioning out of a marriage. I loved what she said about “divorce” being a relationship issue with legal implications…instead of the reverse that is our common way of thinking. In any case, here’s the original show description, Michelle’s bio and a link to listen! Enjoy!

It’s so exciting that Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin have broughtMC headshot to the public’s attention an alternative way to divorce and they have termed it “conscious uncoupling”. In this episode, I am joined by Michelle Crosby founder of Wevorce where we will discuss how Wevorce can help people to divorce collaboratively. Though this type of collaborative divorce may not work for all couples, Michelle will help us understand who it is for, how the process works and what she thinks about Paltrow and Martin! Don’t miss this hot-topic episode that I know will stimulate a shift in our thinking regarding divorce as necessitating high conflict to one of simply moving out of a married relationship and into roles as supportive co-parents.


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About Michelle Crosby

Michelle Crosby is an accomplished mediator, attorney and founder of Wevorce, a company that brings a high tech and high touch approach to divorce. Michelle’s personal experience growing up with divorce inspired a seamless and now proven methodology and technology that work together in providing a civilized approach to transitioning from one household to two while also helping couples maintain their role as parents. Michelle’s expertise spans business law, securities law and family law. She is passionate about teaching others how to overcome challenges creatively and collaboratively.

About Margaret Jacobson

After 17 years of marriage and 3 children, Margaret Jacobson divorced. The processView More: http://donh.pass.us/margaret-jacobsen and the pain of discovering that divorce was her best choice were arduous. Margaret had to summon the strength to haul her booty out of her ex’s family home and commute 60 miles each day to see her children. Through her personal transformation, Margaret created a well-rounded approach to empowering herself through mental, physical, emotional and spiritual behavior changes. She has a BA in Neuroscience, and a MA in Health Services Administration. Margaret is a certified Wellness Coach and has completed a 2-year women’s empowerment program in the Dianic Aloha tradition. At present, Margaret is Acting Minister of the Interior of YAO Company, a company that provides pure simple Chinese medicine for those who want a holistic approach to health and wellness. Margaret regularly writes for The Mother Rising blog, and the YourTango Experts page. Margaret is our very own creator of The Mother Rising radio show!

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