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Thriving After Divorce

Transforming Your Life When a Relationship Ends

There are hundreds of books on divorce, yet few that address the most important relationship - the life-long journey to truly understanding yourself. Divorce does not need to be used as an excuse for the life you are not living. Thriving After Divorceguides readers through the myth-busting idea that even though a relationship has ended, their own personal self-development has just begun.

Author Tonja Evetts Weimer shows how to create an authentic relationship with a former spouse, allowing for a continuation of combined goals without shared romantic love. By choosing to see divorce as a spiritually transformative experience, readers gain a new philosophy and attitude to conquer negative emotions, blame, or self-pity. Readers learn that by building and sustaining their own boundaries, divorce can be a positive experience that allows them to shift their perception and create a vibrant future.

Thriving After Divorceis for all readers who are ending a relationship or going through a divorce, providing clear steps to create a fresh, independent, and fulfilling life.

Tonja Evetts Weimer has an M.A. in Human Development, is a Master Certified Single’s Relationship Coach and a Certified Life Coach with the International Coach Federation (ICF).  She is a graduate of the Relationship Coaching Institute, and the Institute for Life Coach Training. She has been a keynote speaker in almost every U.S. state, as well as in Europe and India. She has appeared on numerous regional and national television interview shows, including CNN’s ShowBiz Today.  Tonja was selected to be the Dating Expert for the USA/NBC TV Network mini-series, “The Starter Wife.” She wrote a weekly column for their website, and produced three self-inquiry tests for their readers and viewers. Tonja is also an award-winning newspaper columnist, and has written a weekly dating column for five years that is carried by newspapers in hundreds of cities and towns across America and Canada. She has also been published in New Woman, Hope, Grand, and House Beautiful Magazines. Her columns and articles have won three Matrix Awards.

“This book—the fruitful wisdom of Tonja Weimer’s many years of experience as a coach—will give you a constructive way to make sense of the past and present, but more importantly, will give you a future. If we reap what we sow, Tonja provides you with the long lasting tools to live in the rich harvest of a new life. Welcome to the rest of your life.”

—Dr. Madhavi Nevader, lecturer in Theology, Oxford University

“Tonja Weimer is the Professional’s professional. After representing children and litigants in family court for nearly twenty years, I would recommend Tonja's book to anyone contemplating, in the middle of, or in the aftermath of divorce. Her sage advice will save the reader years of drama and heartache.”
—Dottie C. Ingram, JD, Department of Social Services, Anderson, SC

“Tonja Weimer’s work is ground-breaking. The combination of new information and seasoned wisdom, gained from her life and coaching experience, gives people what they need most at this time: hope. Those who are struggling with breakups will find effective tools and cogent insight in her new book, Thriving After Divorce: Transforming Your Life When a Relationship Ends. I highly recommend it for anyone who wants to grow a new life after the disintegrating effects of divorce.”
—Dr. Roberta Dimond, professor of psychology, College of Southern Maryland

“Tonja is a treasure. She is an outstanding writer and an incredible life coach. One of the most amazing things about her is her incredible gift of perception. In all situations, she has the ability to clearly articulate and explain what is going on in such a way; she is able to transform lives. If you are reading this, you have the good fortune of being able to gather her pearls of wisdom and flourish. Grab on with both hands, and don’t look back!”
—Amy Richmond, attorney and former client

“What a pleasure it is to read this personable, insightful, much-needed book. If you’ve gone through the divorce from hell, Tonja Weimer can help. Like a trusted, wise, caring friend, she shows how to take the high road (even if other people aren’t) and use this experience to become a stronger, clearer person. Read it and reap.”

—Sam Horn, author of Tongue Fu! and What's Holding You Back?