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Jeanie Rule
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I am the lead coach & founder of Solo Mama, a personal coaching company dedicated to helping Divorced Moms get through the trauma of divorce, and learn to thrive again. As an established Divorce Recovery Coach, and Divorced mom of two teenagers myself, I understand the many unique challenges mothers face when starting over. Solo Mama has successfully coached hundreds of Divorced Moms worldwide to turn their divorce drama into a fabulous 'second-act' in which they can really shine.
I am a speaker, professional coach, published author, retreat & workshop facilitator, and a graduate of Coach U - the world's foremost coach training program. I hold memberships with the International Coaching Federation, The International Association of Coaches and Coachville. I have been successfully coaching women in transition since 2001.
If you, or someone you know, would like to stop struggling with your divorce and really start living, please visit my site: www.SoloMama.com. You can also reach me at: SoloMamaCoaching@gmail.com.or 6323-669-1084 (Pacific). Be sure to sign up for my FREE monthly ezine, Solo Mama Solutions!(http://www.solomama.com/solutions.html)
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Stop Fighting with your Ex! Communication Strategies for Moms that Actually Work

Getting a divorce doesn't mean you never speak to your ex again, especially if you share any amount of custody. Now more than ever, you need communication strategies that bring out the best in everyone - you, your ex and your kids. It only takes one argument to slip out of control and make your life (and your children's lives) extremely difficult. Learning new strategies of communication with your ex is a worthy goal if you want a life with less stress and more ease. Below are some simple… Continue

Posted on August 5, 2008 at 6:16pm — 2 Comments

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At 3:55pm on April 29, 2009, Cindy Harari said…
Hi Jeanie,
It's amazing how quickly times passes. I see that it's been about a year since I wrote and asked you about your calls. Are you still doing them?
Regards,
Cindy
At 5:19am on September 10, 2008, Nadia Thonnard said…
Hi there, I'm new here and delighted to be able to meet so many inspiring fellow coaches. I'd love to ask you some questions about your workshop. I look forward to hear from you. Warm regards. Nadia
At 10:32am on June 12, 2008, Vanessa Stewart said…
Jeanie,

Thanks for the great call on Friday. The information and advice you gave really hit home. I am definitely seeing how focusing more on caring for my self helps ease the pain and anger, and gets me feeling better right away.

Vanessa Stewart
At 12:07pm on April 3, 2008, Cindy Harari said…
Hi Jeanie,
Tomorrow's teleclass sounds fabulous and I would love to participate. Unfortunately, I've got a scheduling conflict. Are you planning to record the class and have it available for playback at a later date?
Thanks.
Cindy Harari
At 9:58am on February 5, 2008, Jeffrey Malone Master Spiritual Divorce Coach said…
I would love to know more about what you are doing exactly and hear about your life if your up to it sometime.
Jeff
At 9:29pm on February 4, 2008, Jeffrey Malone Master Spiritual Divorce Coach said…
How nice to run into you again after all these years. I am happy to see how well you are doing and love we are on the same path.
Jeff
At 8:44pm on January 26, 2008, Cynthia Tiano, Esq. said…
Hi Jeanie -

Welcome to Peaceful Divorce! We are honored and grateful to have you join this community of people who share a vision yet all have our own unique expression of it.

We very much look forward to you sharing your views and experiences, and would love for you to join our forum discussions.

The whole is greater than the sum of the parts, for sure!

Cynthia Tiano
 
 
 

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