Peaceful Divorce

Hi my friends and colleagues,

I am reaching out to you to introduce the newest "branch" of my business, The D Spot. As you know, I support women to regroup, renew and reinvent themselves before, during and after divorce.

I do it as it is my life purpose and as a way of giving back! It is what I am meant to do!

I am currently in the midst of writing my first book, but something has taken off unexpectedly and I wanted to share it with you!

My mother, Martha Sue Weisbart, has joined The D Spot as a weekly guest columnist talking about "Notes from the Mother of a Divorcee". It has gotten rave responses as we realize that there are mothers, sisters, aunts, best friends...all over who love someone who is going through the transition of divorce and no one is talking to them!

She and I, together, have begun writing, talking and teaching on how to "get through the tunnel...together" and are looking for opportunities to share our experience, wisdom and professional backgrounds on this subject!

We would like to talk to and/or teach at women's conferences, events and other virtual opportunities and share what we believe will help to transform the transition of divorce!

There isn't a person who isn't touched in some way by divorce, and there are few resources for moving through the transition together.

If you have an opportunity, know of an opportunity or can recommend an opportunity, please let me is our pleasure to serve and support!

Thank you so much!



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Laura you are truly amazing. Your passion and generosity are an inspiration to us all!

Thank you Cynthia! What an incredible journey this is turning out to be!

Collaborating with my mother has been incredible!

Great idea, Laura. Will keep you in mind. Thanks for reminding us about all the lives that are touched when one couple gets divorced!

Best regards,
there is a fantastic organization for women that I belong to called Women Business Owners, we have an annual convention (this year it will be in Houston) that is currently looking for speakers. Contact Anna Campbell at the Women Business Owners website, all her contact information is there, she will direct you to the person who is in charge of lining up our speakers.
Great work you and your mom are doing!!

Diane Tegarden


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