Episode 040: Thoughts from Mom-nonymous

By lifelafterdivorce|November 7, 2017|Thoughts from Mom-nonymous, Uncategorized|

Episode 040: Raising Kids and Growing a Business with special guest Cole Patterson This week’s guest, Cole Patterson, openly shared her lengthy four-year divorce process. She and her husband had two small children at the time, and were fighting over their custody. The fighting only prolonged the process, and ended up being very costly for them both. The children were witness to this and eventually shared their thoughts with Cole. She was very surprised what she heard (out the mouths of babes…). The children were more aware than she thought. Today Cole is running her own business selling a line of skin care products for men which is very time consuming. Keeping up with the kids always has its’ element of surprises, too. Over the past year she has learned to love herself and become whole again. She is starting fresh and moving forward. I enjoyed her journey and especially hearing about her son and daughter. Each week Mom-nonymous shares her thoughts on the episode. Mom-nonymous is a wife, mom, and listener of Life Lafter Divorce Podcast. She’s been married for over 50 years, has never been divorced, and would like to remain anonymous.

Episode 040: Raising Kids and Growing a Business

By lifelafterdivorce|November 7, 2017|Show notes, Uncategorized|

Episode 040: Raising Kids and Growing a Business with special guest Cole Patterson Leanne and The Boyfriend remind you to check in on the website. It’s time for some holiday shopping on our website! Question: Should The Boyfriend have a Facebook page? Ever notice that good things happen after a breakup? Well, maybe it takes a while, but it happens. Just like it did for today’s guest! Meet Cole Patterson, Celebrity Men’s Grooming Expert & Skincare Specialist, has been divorced for 4.5 years and good things are happening. Cole’s divorce took four and a half years. She and her ex-husband got caught up in fighting over the kids. She felt fearful of losing the kids which put her in fight mode. Cole admits that it became an obsession for possession of the kids. It became a competition between her and her ex. Neither of them wanted to give in when it came to money and the kids. As a woman, she just didn’t want to give him anything instead of saying let’s do what’s right for the kids.   Cole said it took her so long to figure it out. She said she laughed so hard when it was over. She told her attorney, “you’re

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