How to Decide if You are Really Ready & The 4 Big Mistakes You Must Avoid
Join educators and divorce coaches
Liza Caldwell and Kimberly Mishkin, Cofounders of SAS for Women™, to learn how to stop the broken record in your head of Should You or Shouldn't You?
Find out what is possible instead ...
“For years I have been in an unstable marriage, ranging from hesitantly hopeful to downright ugly. I’d thought about leaving so many times but found the vast unknown so nauseatingly scary that I ended up doing nothing and then hating myself for being such a coward. Since reaching out to SAS I feel so much more comfortable about what lies ahead. Their work is practical, logical, and straight forward, but never loses sight of the amorphous emotional side of this issue, which plays a huge role. My journey is just beginning. And I honestly don’t know where I’m going to land. However, with SAS as my guide am no longer afraid. And that is priceless.” (Avery O.)
“SAS is an incredible resource for anyone contemplating separation or divorce! … I genuinely got out of it more than I did from my many years of therapy. You'll come away with a wealth of education, awareness, and resources. You will feel validated, nurtured and celebrated for all you are. Connecting with Liza and Kim is one decision that I am glad I made as it has become an essential step to moving forward with some clear direction.” (A.S.)
“Please know how extremely grateful I am to Kim and Liza for all you've done - tools, resources, encouragement. Thank you for helping me heal and teaching me that it's okay to rely on experts and resources, especially when I'm unable to fully rely on myself. I am learning how (and how important it is!) to scaffold together my voice and power. You have been an unexpected angel of a blessing to me.”
SAS for Women® is uniquely positioned to understand women as they confront the realities of divorce around the world. Our education and coaching services focus on the healthy approach and appeal to women who are committed to being smart and educated in their decision-making.