Kristi tells a compelling story of a devastating chapter in her life which leaves her with nothing but herself. And she discovers that she is all she needed. A story of courage, healing, and self-compassion. It is priceless.
—John P. Schuster, author of Answering Your Call, and The Power of Your Past
When accomplished divorce attorney Kristi Skordahl unexpectedly finds herself facing her own divorce, she feels lost. All of her legal knowledge and experience seem entirely irrelevant to the pain she is experiencing. She struggles through the process, making choices both good and bad (“If anyone should have known better, it was me”). Yet, while life as she knows it crumbles around her, and at the least-expected time and place, she feels true happiness for the first time in many years. As she rebuilds her life, she finds that her own experience with divorce has transformed the way she practices law—no longer simply serving as a legal technician, she now is also a fellow traveler with her clients on the road to healing. Skordahl seamlessly blends her own story of loss and self-recovery with practical, real-world advice on managing both the emotional and financial challenges of divorce. Ultimately a book about hope, And Then She Was Happy is an essential guide for anyone seeking happiness on the other side of life’s most challenging transitions.
I have always maintained that working on oneself is not for sissies. Not everyone chooses to take the next step into healing. Kristi made that choice and is now a prime example of the vastness of the human spirit. This book is important and is proof that wisdom and peace of mind awaits those who choose to heal.
—Wyatt Webb, Director of Equine Services at Miraval Resorts, and author of It’s Not About the Horse and What to Do When You Don’t Know What to Do (Five Steps To Overcoming Fear and Self Doubt)
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