Terre Haute, Indiana (WiredPRNews.com) Denver J. Hudson, President of INTERMAX, LLC, a provider of innovative ontological learning and relationship coaching services, today announced the launch of The Divorce Recovery Fitness Virtual Coaching Program. The program offers a combination of life, relationship, and fitness coaching that helps participants recover and reinvent their life after divorce. Individuals can learn more and enroll by visiting www.divorcerecoveryfitness.com.
A study conducted by the University of Chicago and John Hopkins University (as reported in the Journal of Health and Social Behavior) reveals that divorce frequently leads to long-term negative health consequences. Hudson, who has been divorced himself, states, “There are many questions after a divorce: ‘Who am I now? Can I make it on my own? How will this impact my children? Why did my marriage fail? Is this going to happen again if I remarry?’ These types of questions – along with practical challenges associated with new beginnings – generate large levels of stress after divorce which in turn impacts health and quality of life. The program brings clarity, guidance, and support to these issues allowing the participant to act in new ways that foster optimal health and more conscious living.”
Budgetary concerns, busy schedules, and the realities of life after divorce were key factors in the design of the service. Hudson explained that by offering the program in a secure, virtual format, participants are given the opportunity to slow down, reflect, and capture the lessons of their divorce. “The program is a great choice for individuals who are not interested or uncomfortable attending a divorce recovery group or who want to supplement a group approach with a more personal experience,” commented Hudson. “The program provides people with a framework for learning, personal development, and intentional living that they won’t find in any other divorce recovery program.”
In addition to signing-in and completing learning modules, participants receive virtual coaching through a secure website and personal, on-the-phone coaching for each month that they are member. The program is action oriented and provides participants with the opportunity to slow down and reflect, take new actions, and master the fundamentals to creating a healthy self, relationships, and life.
To learn more about The Divorce Recovery Fitness Virtual Coaching Program, visit the program’s website at www.divorcerecoveryfitness.com.
Denver Hudson is a professionally trained Ontological Coach and Certified Fitness Trainer specializing in helping individuals make optimal health and conscious loving a way of life. He offers coaching services to singles seeking a life partner, committed couples, and those recovering from divorce. He has been working in the human development and coaching professions since March 1993 and is the author of several learning and coaching programs and processes.
Denver J. Hudson