The online healing retreat for women facing divorce and the friends that love them!
Bittersweet Breakups is your one stop source for the tools you need to rebuild your life after your divorce. In addition to Divorce and Wellness Coaching, we have created a website offering fun divorce gifts, a divorce gift registry, divorce parties, forum, blog, 14 day Single and Sexy weight loss challenge w/ health coaching, advice, professional resources, daily inspiration, iTunes® downloads, books that heal, and a community of women that care!
Taking from our own personal experiences, we have enjoyed every moment of putting together this site to provide you with inspiration, friendship, advice, and all the resources to help you get through the process intact and empowered and maybe even several pounds slimmer!
This website does not celebrate divorce, but instead, celebrates the light at the end of the tunnel (it is there, we promise). We hope to empower women to endure this painful process with laughter, camaraderie from other women and perhaps even a new “kickass” wineglass! Divorce is hard. There is no real way around that. You just have to walk through it to come out on the other side. As experienced by the founders of Bittersweet Breakups, your best girlfriends and a hot new pair of heels can be the first steps in your recovery and the start of your new, great life!
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Here’s to second chances… and girlfriends!
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