I Just Want Out: Seven Careful Steps to Leaving Your Emotionally Abusive Husband (Paperback)

Seven Careful Steps to Leaving Your Emotionally Abusive Husband

By Jodi Schuelke

Morgan James Publishing, 9781683502326, 162pp.

Publication Date: June 6, 2017

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Description

No more spinning your wheels trying to figure out how to leave your abusive spouse. Have you ever wished you had the perfect guidebook that would give you step-by-step information to help you carefully plan a swift and safe departure from your emotionally abusive spouse and help you prepare for getting a divorce - at the same time? Here it is In I Just Want Out, Jodi Schuelke combines detailed practical information with her personal experiences and the lessons she learned from strategically planning her exit (along with her children) from her emotionally abusive first marriage. I Just Want Out expands on the information found in such books as Stop Walking on Eggshells and Splitting, by providing pre-departure and pre-divorce planning and details about what to do, when to do it, how to do it, and why it's important. Jodi will support you and travel beside you on your journey to freedom using her practical seven-step FREEDOM Framework process.


About the Author

Jodi Schuelke's essential belief is that women who learn to listen to and trust their intuition experience more freedom and joy in their life. She is passionate about helping women reclaim their strength, open up new ways of thinking, and discover breakthroughs so they can move on from relationships that are no longer serving them. She is an adept relationship coach who also has many years of first-hand experience: 10 years spent trying to fix her emotionally abusive first marriage, going through a divorce, co-parenting, enduring a tumultuous rebound relationship and break-up, dating in her mid-thirties, journeying to find Mr. Right, and getting married again. Jodi has a master's degree in management and organizational behavior, with an emphasis in training and development. After fifteen years working in corporate America, she was downsized and Jodi changed her career to teaching business and communications courses at the college level. She also began facilitating corporate training workshops in change management and leadership. Her time as a trainer included providing professional coaching sessions to corporate clients. That experience paved the way for obtaining life coach certification from Martha Beck International. Today Jodi enjoys providing relationship coaching to individuals and small groups. She lives in northeast Wisconsin with her husband, Dan, her two sons, and a fur-child, Echo the Siberian husky.
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