26: Healing and moving forward while also dealing with family court. A candid conversation with Candace Sampson
When divorce means dealing with family court it can really feel like you have no control of your life. I had a great conversation with Candace about resilience, and separating your healing from what's going on in court. You can't control what your ex, the courts and others are doing, but you don't have to wait with healing until it's over. That's giving your power away.
Please scroll down for her bio and social links so you can connect with her and her empowering energy.
And thank you for tuning in today.
OTHER RELEVANT LINKS
- Join our supportive community of women inside Rising Free with weekly live coaching/support calls: www.theseparationclub.com/membership
- We are in Costa Rica on retreat this week 🏝🤸🏼♀️ and I have already booked a week for 2024.💃🏼👙☀️ Before that I will be running local retreats here at my lake house. You can learn more about retreat dates and book your spot here: www.theseparationclub.com/retreats
- Head over the website and check out all the upcoming events like free Masterclasses, Retreats and so much more: www.theseparationclub.com/upcoming-events
- Also make sure to download the Free Separation Checklist: https://theseparationclub.com/separation-checklist
- Join the private and free Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theseparationclub/
- You can also find me on Instagram @theseparationclub where I share daily inspirations and tips as you navigate your divorce.
MY GUEST: Candace Sampson
Candace Sampson is a woman of many talents, and a true champion for women. As the host and owner of What She Said, one of the longest running female radio shows in Canada, Candace has built a loyal following of tens of thousands of women who tune in each week to hear her speak to some of the most influential and inspiring female voices around, and to hear the uniquely female stories that she shares.
But that's not all - Candace is also the proud owner of the website Life in Pleasantville, which she has used as a platform to share her passions for travel, food, and lifestyle for over a decade. Through this website, Candace has built a reputation as an authority in her field, inspiring and empowering women to live their best lives.
However, Candace's life hasn't always been smooth sailing. As a divorce thriver who came out the other side of the broken family court system after 4 years with a home destroyed by her ex-husband and left nearly half a million in debt, Candace is committed to helping other women lead their lives after divorce - better, not bitter. Her own experiences have given her a unique perspective and a deep understanding of the struggles that women face during this difficult time, and she uses her platform to help others find their own way to a happier, more fulfilling life.
Candace is a true inspiration, a woman who has faced adversity head-on and emerged stronger and more committed to her mission to empower and inspire women everywhere. Her infectious spirit, her unflagging determination, and her unwavering commitment to her cause make her a force to be reckoned with - and one that women everywhere can look up to and admire.
HER RADIO SHOW: What She Said/ Life in Pleasantville, Weekly On 105.9 The Region, 107.7 Pulse FM, Blast the Radio & The WAV in Sylvan