When I told friends and family that we were separating, many were quick to judge, criticize and offer incredibly unhelpful advice ("Why don't you wait 10 years until the kids are grown?") Sigh. Needless to say, I could have used a divorce doula during those early days when I wasn't quite sure what I was doing.
—Pamela L. Smith, "The 5 Most Important Things I've Learned Since My Divorce," The Huntington Post, April 3, 2015
Enter the divorce doula — or coach, or consultant — a new breed of divorce support worker in the business of helping individuals navigate the messy job of ending a marriage.
—Rebecca Cuneo Keenan, "A divorce coach could offer a calming perspective," The Globe and Mail, June 11, 2015