Best Way To Split Retreat

And How To Get A Nasty Divorce Back On Track

The Best Way To Split Retreat (and how to get a nasty divorce back on track) takes place between Friday evening 14 September through to Sunday afternoon 16 September 2018.  The event is run as a collaboration of professionals, experts and suppport organisations who all want to help families find a better way to change form.

The retreat takes place in a luxurious setting – yet the price is surprisingly low, including two days of workshops and direct access to experts in law, finance, parenting and wellbeing, and even the lunches are part of the package – for only £348 in total.

This event is not for couples, but for those people dealing with separation at any stage who will benefit from a weekend away – some ‘me’ time – in the beautiful Sussex countryside, combining holistic relaxation, gathering vital information to save wasting thousands on a divorce-gone-wrong, and learning practical tools to change the way your family changes form.

The focus is on keeping you emotionally and psychologically resilient to what might be a harrowing journey, and keeping your children’s welfare at the centre of the information and inspiration you will encounter at the event. This event is alsio ideal for those considering mediation and wanting to understand how to use it effectively and to get the best results. We are also collaborating with support organisations like Families Need Fathers and we want to make sure that we have a wide range of retreat attendees, as the power of working in a group is part of the massive value that we aim to provide.

Peaceful divorce isn’t just for ‘some people’.  It can be avaible to us all, but it’s not a fluffy ‘everyone hugs each other’ type of peace.  It’s a peace based on boundaries, clarity, focusing on the children’s needs, and being supported to have the courage to hold the vision for a better future for your extended family.

The organiser of the Retreat, Divorce Strategist Suzy Miller, believes it only takes one person to stay sane in a divorce – to hold a safe harbour of common sense for the other parent to access at any point when they get bored of wasting money and being angry all the time.  The more the ‘sane’ parent knows about how to make that happen right from the start – or before the assets are all spent on legal fees – the more children will be spared the damage that a nasty divorce bequeathes them.

This Retreat is a haven of information and inspiration for anyone considering divorce, in the thick of it, or still struggling with co-parenting  issues.  Spaces are limited, and the cost has been kept as low as possible to keep it accessible.


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