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Rosalind Sedacca & Christina Rowe invite Youtube's outspoken "Divorce Lady" to the Largest Divorce Party in the U.S.

Authors invite Tricia Walsh-Smith to celebrate her divorce with
300 South Florida divorcees

Fort Lauderdale, FL: After watching Tricia Walsh-Smith on complaining about her impending divorce, authors Christina Rowe and Rosalind Sedacca, hosts of the Largest Divorce Party in the nation, decided to invite Ms.Walsh to their next Divorce Party on May 30th. Hundreds of divorced men and women from South Florida have been gathering at Christopher’s Night Club in Ft. Lauderdale over the last few months to celebrate the end of their marriages in a positive way.

“We are hoping that a Divorce Party will help Tricia Walsh-Smith move on and let go of her bitterness,” says Christina Rowe, author of Seven Secrets to a Successful Divorce. The authors are offering to pay for a round trip plane ticket from N.Y. to Fort Lauderdale for Ms. Walsh so she can attend the party.

“A Divorce Party may be just what she needs to get past her negative emotions, have some fun and focus on starting over with dignity,” says Rosalind Sedacca, author of How Do I Tell the Kids about the Divorce? “Our Parties are all about celebrating new beginnings, laughing, letting go and moving on. It provides guests with a safe environment to mark the end of their marriages with a ritual so they can begin a new chapter in their life with new confidence.”

At the Party Tricia Walsh-Smith will enjoy dancing to breakup songs like “I Will Survive” and ‘Love is a Battlefield” on a dance floor that features a black wedding cake. She can also bring a picture of her ex to pin on “The Wall of Shame.” Tricia can participate in several tongue-in-cheek, zany games and contests and possibly win a free book, Spa Beauty Basket or other great prizes. “And everyone is encouraged to bring their friends, along with their sense of humor,” says Rowe.
The party is sponsored by and Divorce Magazine. Both authors promise valuable goodie bags for all who attend.

The Divorce Party starts at 9:00 p.m. and features free drinks for ladies and other drink specials from 9:30 to 11:30. Christopher’s Night Club is located at 2857 E. Oakland Park Blvd. in Ft. Lauderdale. For more information call 561 742-3537.

Admission is $10 at the door and $8 for those registered on the VIP Guest List at:

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Comment by Rosalind Sedacca, CCT on May 15, 2008 at 10:02am
Thanks, Cynthia! I hope many are enlighented as a result of the negative publicity Tricia has received. Hopefully people get more introspective about their own attitudes during and after divorce. Perhaps we can make a positive difference for her and others.

Comment by Cynthia Tiano, Esq. on May 14, 2008 at 9:54pm
I think that's a great idea! Good for you for reaching out to her and offering her a new way of thinking about her divorce, as a transition toward a better life, and giving her an opportunity to celebrate it!

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