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What Now?

If you are faced with making decisions about your career after a divorce or separation, it can be very difficult to discern your wishes and goals from those imposed on you by your ex partner or a Judge.  It can be even more difficult if you have just left an abusive relationship as your confidence and self esteem may be preventing you from believing that you have anything meaningful to offer an employer. 

 

The word "career" can also be quite intimidating, I think.  Let's look at what it actually means.  The Oxford English Dictionary describes the word "career", as follows: "An occupation undertaken for a significant period of a person's life and with opportunities for progress"

 

I firmly believe that rather than being forced into an unacceptable work situation quick on the heels of a divorce, you should take the time to think about your options, if circumstances allow.  If you are to be undertaking this career for "a significant period of your life", then let's flesh out the options available to you through a considered, thorough and creative coaching process.  Rather than being at the mercy of an arbitrary role that your ex partner or the Court comes up with.

My supportive coaching programme for helps to raise your confidence, empower YOU to take control of YOUR career whilst adjusting to this new phase of your life with positivity and optimism.  

Having been through a divorce myself, had three Court Hearings whilst parenting two children and running my own business, I have a genuine empathy with individuals who are navigating this landscape for the first time.  With the support of friends and family, a coach and a therapist,  I have found the light, where there was once just darkness and I want my journey to help others in the same situation.  

If you would like to learn more about my career coaching, please click here

If you would like to speak to a psychotherapist that specialises in narcissistic abuse, please contact Kirsty.  

If you would like more information on my independent Capacity To Work report as part of divorce proceedings, please click here.

If you are navigating a divorce with a narcissistic person, then you might find this book helpful; it has been written by a Narcissism Expert and a Family Lawyer.  

Please get in touch if you would like a chat about anything you have read on my website.  The call is free of charge and there is no obligation to undertake coaching with me after that call. 

Claire