My name is Claudia Broome and I am a divorce coach, motivational speaker, published author, and mentor. I was married for over 25 years and raised 4 children as a stay at home mom. I quit my own climb up the corporate ladder and put my heart and soul into my marriage and my family. I lived an advantaged life and was grateful for all of my blessings.
As my children got older and I had more time on my hands, I became aware of the pain and loneliness that filled my days and nights. As a result, I began to spend more time as a competitive horsewoman, photographer and artist.
When my husband filed for divorce, I became an expert in my understanding of the financial, emotional and legal abuse that stay at home moms endure when faced with divorce. I lost my home and my security but I discovered how to survive and go beyond, fear, guilt and sadness.
Suddenly, I found myself on a mission to help other stay at home moms who were faced with divorce. At first, I began to connect with them via various women’s sites. As more and more women connected with me and asked me for my help, I decided that I needed to begin my own blog.
In the beginning, I gave my time and effort to make a difference, not an income. All I cared about was saving other women so that they wouldn’t have to go through what I went through.
I have established myself as a highly respected Divorce Coach and have helped hundreds of women survive the divorce process and even thrive after divorce. My approach is to coach by listening without judging and offering expert advice and perspective.
I have been a guest on NBC, radio and blog talk radio shows and on many blogs. My success as a divorce coach has grown unbelievably. Believe it or not, I consider my divorce one of the best things that has ever happened to me. I have thousands of followers on Twitter and my advice is being requested to the point that I have to turn some clients away. It is a wonderful feeling to be secure in the fact that I am making a difference for hundreds of women, especially stay at home moms facing divorce.
I’m sorry for the reasons that brought you here but I am glad that you arrived because I want to help you. I know that I can help you.
Let’s talk and let’s work together so that I can be in your corner and help you. If you are thinking about divorce or if you find yourself any place in the divorce process, I can help and I would love to hear from you.