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Journey Home to Self

Feb 1, 2023

A divorce or a breakup can be extremely heartbreaking and painful. But it does not have to be the end of your love life.  On today’s episode we are talking to Martha Bodyfelt, Dating and Relationship Coach for Busy Women over 40.

Since 2016, she has professionally coached and mentored hundreds of women using her unique dating DNA framework, a powerful tool that shows women how to quickly stop their dating self sabotage, get confident in their standards, and effortlessly attract and keep the love they desire. 

This episode is going to be very empowering for you, especially if you're a woman who's over 40 and who is looking for love after a divorce or breakup.

On this episode, we talk about:

  • What is the difference between empowered healing and empowered struggle after the end of a romantic loss. 
  • Why is it so hard to heal after a divorce or a breakup? 
  • The toxic dating industry and some of the toxic advice that you may have read or heard about when you start dating again. 
  • Most common obstacles that you see that keep women from empowering, healing and finding love. 

I absolutely loved the badass, no bullshit approach that Martha brings to her coaching. And this episode is going to leave you feeling confident but also very inspired.

Go to Martha’s website 

Check her out on Instagram or Join her Facebook Group, Empowered Dating for Women

Find out more about Ready for Love, Martha’s 4-month group coaching program for women over 50 who want to find secure love but dread the idea of dating again. 

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