Fear of Flying Solo

Fear of Flying Solo

An Empowering Guide to Recovery from Divorce

Marsha Vaughn


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A unique guide to moving on from divorce that “brings light to an often dark path with humor, compassion, and just the right amount of guidance” (Kristina Hallett, PhD, author of Own Best Friend).
You bought the whole “’til death do us part” thing. Now you find yourself newly—and shockingly—divorced. Perhaps you’re feeling alone or unlovable. Perhaps being single again is overwhelming and scary. If you’re freaked out about ever getting your life back together; or if you’re asking yourself “Where do I start?”—the answers start here, in Fear of Flying Solo.

In Fear of Flying Solo, licensed clinical social worker Marsha Vaughn teaches those going through divorce how to manage the transition and face all the challenges that come with it. She guides them through asking for support, what to do (or not do) about sex and dating, how to begin anew, and what practices will carry them forward into their new life.

If you are caught in the divorce transition and don’t want to do it alone, Fear of Flying Solo is there for you every step of the way.