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Special for Child Centered Divorce Month

Hi all,

I am a Divorce Coach and Consultant that helps women regroup, renew and reinvent themselves before, during and after divorce!

www.discoverthedspot.com
www.lauracampbellcompanies.com

I am busy working with the experts, professionals and media here in New England on recognizing and bringing awareness to July as Child Centered Divorce month!

In recognition of this month, I am offering anyone who would like, a complimentary strategy consultation on how to move forward and create the life you imagine and deserve!

I created the Divorce Mastery System and believe that you can have all that you want for yourselves and your children while maintaining a life of honor, integrity and abundance!

Don'te hesitate to contact me at laura@discoverthedspot.com for your complimentary consultation!

Much Success,

Laura
laura@discoverthedspot.com

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Comment by Rosalind Sedacca, CCT on July 1, 2008 at 1:34pm
Hi Laura:

Great connecting with you here at Peaceful Divorce. Thanks for actively participating in National Child-Centered Divorce Month, as well. Your complimentary strategy consultation is a real gift to those making their way through the divorce maze. I will add you to our news of activities throughout July.

Best regards,
Rosalind

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