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Introduction to the BeFree Divorce Transition System

Welcome to the “BeFree” Divorce Transition System!

Ending a relationship is a painfully traumatic, life-changing event. In addition, the thought of embarking on an unknown life after divorce is fraught with fear and foreboding.

The shock and grief caused by the loss of a relationship is a very real crisis. It is surpassed only by the death of a spouse or child. When you are in such a crisis, you just want to make the pain stop.

  • Would you like to be free from the pain of divorce?
  • Would you like to be free from the heartbreak of rejection?
  • Would you like to be free from the guilt of breaking up the marriage?
  • Would you like to be free from the anger and resentment?
  • Would you like to be free from the fear of what tomorrow will bring?
  • Would you like to be free from the fear of ending up in divorce court again?

If you would like freedom from these and many, many more disturbing, distracting, and debilitating consequences of divorce, you are in the right place! This is what the BeFree Divorce Transition System is designed to do. And it works!

The BeFree Divorce Transition System is comprised of two parts: (1) What to do before the divorce is final, and (2) After it is final, what to do to make the transition from divorce to the next chapter in your life as fast and smooth as possible .

The figure below illustrates the two components of the BeFree System:
(1) What to do before the divorce is final is entitled “1st Things 1st – Getting Uncoupled.”
(2) What to do to make the transition from divorce after it is final is entitled “I’m So Over My Ex, I’m Ecstatic!

In order for a person to commit their energies to making their transition from divorce, they must feel a sense of finality about the breakup. If the divorce is not final yet and they are experiencing on-going interpersonal “drama,” or “turmoil,” with their partner, they essentially are dealing with a “moving target” and cannot fully invest in their transition from the divorce.

The two ways finality can be realized is (1) the judge signs the Final Decree, or (2) the relationship between the two partners is devoid of “turmoil.” That is, their relationship is stable, transparent, trusting, voluntarily cooperative, and without residual anger or resentment.

Click here to see the details of the Program of Divorce Transition, “I’m So Over My Ex, I’m Ecstatic!Click to See the Divorce Transition Program

For information on the 9-step process for Getting Uncoupled, “1st Things 1st: Getting Uncoupled,” click here: Click to See the 1st Things 1st Program