Divorce and break-ups don’t have
to leave you feeling stuck, confused,
You can Find Happiness!
“I felt compelled to write Lindsey about how incredibly grateful I am for her. It was by chance that I found her at exactly the time in my life when I needed someone just like her. Through the hardest, most confusing, frightening time in my life, when I was faced with so much guilt and judgement, she was the one person that I could always turn to. She always knew exactly what to say, encouraging me to make the hard decisions when I didn’t think I had the strength and helping me to see clearly through the very murky waters of divorce. No therapist, family member or friend provided me with even a sliver of what she has given to me–hope, courage and the strength to finally live my truth. Thank you seems almost trivial. She has an incredible gift and I feel so, so lucky to have found her.”Sara M.
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“Lindsey has been with me every step of the way. When I first started working with her, I was really depressed and felt like I was never going to get through the horrible situation I was in. Her recommended readings, her guidance on journaling and enlightening me to a more positive force in my life, I was able to grow, become strong and understand what brought me to the situations I encountered and going forward how to change my way of thinking and my life so my cycle of bad relationships stop. What’s even better, I am now engaged and have met the love of my life. I couldn’t be happier! Every time I see Lindsey I say, ‘Thank you! This is all because of you!’ “Marguerite J.
I live about 30 miles from Washington, DC and even though I’ve lived near there for 20 years, I still hate driving in that town. No matter what I do, I still get lost – even with a GPS! A few years ago I was driving to an appointment in DC, and my GPS kept sending me...read more
I probably have the best commute there is. I get to ride my bike to my office, over cobble stone roads and passing views of sailboats and kayakers in downtown Annapolis. Rarely do I run into crazy drivers or commuters. But there was this one day that was different. As...read more
When my youngest son ‘graduated’ from the 5th grade, his ceremony was surprisingly moving. Aside from the fact that I think over-indulgent ceremonies for every milestone our kids reach is a bit ridiculous, this particular one struck a chord with me. At the end of the...read more