Peaceful Divorce

Cynthia bares her soul about the divorce lawyer's pain and sends out a reality check to help them to wake up!

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Comment by Belinda Rachman, Esq. on May 14, 2008 at 8:56pm
From your mouth to their ears. I know you have a lot more confidence in
the innate goodness of divorce lawyers than I do. But if we can get more of them
to walk away like we did and promote peaceful divorce, a LOT of couples will be saved
a lot of pain, to say nothing of the kids!
Comment by Laura Campbell on May 9, 2008 at 1:35pm
Hi Cynthia,

I am the founder of the D spot and a Divorce Consultant and Expert. I help women regroup, renew and reinvent themselves before, during and after divorce.

I love what you are doing and would love to connect to you!

Yours,
Laura Campbell
www.discoverthedspot.com
www.lauracampbellcompanies.com
203.623.4310
Comment by Howard Tiano on May 8, 2008 at 12:02am
Wow! I hope alot of divorce lawyers get to hear this, especially someone who's "been there, done that!"

Bravo to you for championing the Peaceful Divorce movement!

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