Ask your biggest questions about dating a recently divorced (or divorcing) man.
Thank you so much for responding back to my email. I really appreciate your time in answering my questions! I read everything on your blog over the weekend and found it very helpful, not only in giving me insight for the situation I was in, but also giving me insight into my own self. You’re really great at being empathetic, gracious, and truthful in your communication, as well as avoiding extreme judgments or assigning blame. You also are clear that the reader takes full responsibility for their own actions and make powerful decisions in the process. It’s very empowering. Thank you so much again! – W.H.
Wow!! Thank you, Melissa, what a great reply!! I tried to do the friends thing with him but it was too hard so I’ve stopped contact with him to allow me to move on, he still doesn’t want a relationship nor will change his mind so I need to stop moping and get on with my life, as hard as it is at times. Thanks again for a really amazing reply! – S.A.
How does it work?
With email coaching you can get just-in-time personalized relationship advice and support!
- Simply email me your questions through the form below.
- I’ll send a detailed response to your question within two business days.
- Before sending your question, be sure to check the Ask Melissa! Archives; your relationship question and issue might have already been addressed.
When providing your details about your questions…
I encourage you to be as clear and succinct as possible. This will help me create a more helpful answer for you.
Be sure to include the following details so I can answer your question with as much background knowledge of your situation as possible:
- What is your question? (what you hope to get out of, learn, know…)
- How long you’ve been with your partner (dating/engaged/married, with/without kids, ages of the kids, etc)
- General dynamic between you and the person your question relates to. Example: Lots of drama between me and his ex; he hasn’t introduced me to his friends; the kids are cold to me, etc)
- What, if any, solutions have you already tried to solve this problem? What was the result?
- Anything else you think I should know.
Your Relationship Problem-Solving Email Coaching Session Is:
Confidential: What you share safely stays between you and me.
Non-Judgmental: There is no “right”, “wrong” or “should;” only opportunities to learn and grow and focus on creating the life that you truly want.
Supportive: Discover new possibilities and solutions that are aligned with what you really want in your life and relationship.
Benefits of Email Coaching
I know you’re busy. Sometimes you really need quick answers to questions or want to get immediate support with a relationship issue.
Maybe you need someone to hold you accountable or help you make a difficult decision. I offer personalized coaching, flexibility in my approach, and cater to my clients’ individual needs.
Private email coaching offers:
Convenience: Email coaching offers support at your fingertips; you can expect a response to your email within one business day.
Value: With email coaching you are able to save your conversations at your convenience to help you remember what was suggested in a session.
Comfort: It is often easier to pose a question in an email, where you have time to think through the situation and clarify your situation.
The investment is $97 for an email coaching session. One email coaching session will be equivalent to 2 or 3 email exchanges, with multiple points being discussed in each email.
Simply complete the intake form below and I will be in touch with you within two business days.