This has been a HARD year and the end of the YEAR can be difficult with the holiday season when you are navigating relationship trauma and/or coparenting. We want to help fill your cup to not only survive but THRIVE!
We KNOW this retreat will help you cope with what’s going on in the PRESENT.
But also will launch yourself FURTHER than ever!
We want EVERYONE to Attend so We are Asking You to Pay What You Can:
-**The recommended tuition is $97 USD - and you have the option to pay whatever you want for the class.**
-10% of all ticket sales will be donated to FADV.ORG
Who is This Virtual Retreat For?
What You Will Gain By Attending:
Kierstyn Franklin- Experiencing joy despite the chaos
Temi Fasoye- Evolving in both adversity and triumph during a very difficult season
Ashley Hansen- Co-Parenting with a difficult ex through the holidays
Tiffany Denny- “The Loneliness Intervention” 7 Shifts to be stronger, healthier and happier after a traumatic relationship
Tracy Hall- Finding peace in your story
Co-Founders- Moving forward in the now & not waiting for 2021
Meet The Relationship Recovery!
Kierstyn Franklin & Tiffany Denny started this movement in hopes of reaching as many woman as possible that are left victims after a relationship has ended, and are ready to fight to be survivors instead.
Tiffany and Kierstyn are both survivors of divorce, and found there was little support to do deal with the aftermath. Whether it was learning how to blend a family, trust again, or just how to feel love for themselves again.
They offer tools and support to deal with recovering from domestic abuse, emotional abuse, poor dating trends, co-dependency, poor self-esteem and everything in between that leaves a mark from a relationship, even if it’s self inflicted.
The Relationship Recovery gives them a safe place to learn from others that have walked the same path. We offer live events, online courses, and communities to offer support on this journey in hopes to help men and women better themselves to live the lives they desire. Whether that means a better relationship with someone else, or even more importantly a better relationship with themselves
The Relationship Recovery joins forces with local agencies who provide services to women and then give a portion of their proceeds back to help further the cause