Shannon McGorry had no idea she gave away her power as a wife and mother until her divorce awakened her soul. Listen to her breakthrough story of how Shannon redefined herself after divorce, and that all it took was the belief that, at her core...She. Was. Enough.
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Shannon McGorry is a Divorce Recovery Coach,
passionate about creating
a powerful shift in focus for the women who are ready to reclaim their power during and
after divorce. Shannon is certified as a Professional Coach through the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching, a graduate of I Heart Coaching, and a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Siena College with a B.A. in Economics. Her powerful coaching skills lead women toward lives of purpose, fulfillment, and joy. Learn more and connect with Shannon at lovestrengthandgrace.com.
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Pamela Elaine Nichols
Pamela Elaine is an author, speaker, and producer. She is also the mother of four children who, like many mothers, put the wants and needs of others first and ignored her own. As a result, her marriage came to a screeching halt. Determined to bounce back strong from divorce, she learned the key characteristics of a resilient woman, practiced them, and now teaches them to other women. In her new book, Muddy High Heels: 14 Lessons Learned from My Breakdown, Breakup & Breakthrough, she writes about how to overcome barriers that hold women back from their physical, emotional, spiritual and financial beauty. In addition to being a Client Experience Consultant and Intake Specialist for Main Line Family Law Center, Pamela Elaine is also President of her business, Destined for Greatness Enterprises, Inc. She has appeared on several radio and news spots to promote health and well-being for women, including The Dr. Oz Show where she shared her story of building her business as a healthy way to bounce back from divorce. Follow her on Facebook @SuccessfulDivorcedMoms and Twitter @urresilientlife.
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