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Monday, March 28, 2011

Phenomenal Female Blogger Series One Woman Makes a Difference for Many


"Be the change you wish to see in the world," states Gandhi.
But few do.

That's why the success story of Sheila Blagg is worth sharing.
After dealing with the devastation of divorce and rebuilding her life, eight years ago, she felt there was a definite void in available information, support and resources for those sharing the same journey.

There was information out there, but it became like a scavenger hunt, trying to gather bits and pieces from an array of service providers and sources.
It became a daunting task.
So she answered the call.

Enter Divorce 2 Dating.
A new social network for divorced, separated and widowed individuals seeking to become "better, not bitter" and navigate a new path.
Members have access to attorneys, relationship and fitness experts, mediator services, chat rooms, and more.

There's even a forum for kids dealing with divorce to share their concerns and fears with other teens.

Members can also be inspired by Blagg's own experience that "love can be better the second time around."
Blagg is now happily married and a successful entrepreneur and mom.
She blogs about important relationship building issues, and provides personal insight at her site as well.

One person can make a difference. And Sheila Blagg is perfect proof!

For more details, be sure to visit Divorce2Dating.com.
Membership is $9.95 a month.


Thoughts? Questions?

4 comments:

  1. One person can indeed make a difference! Thanks for sharing this. :)

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  2. Jennifer Brown BanksMarch 28, 2011 at 1:44 PM

    And thank you Karen, for "making a difference" here @ Pen and Prosper. :-)

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  3. There is a real need for better not bitter, and Sheila seems to be doing something right!

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  4. Jennifer Brown BanksMarch 28, 2011 at 3:48 PM

    I would agree! Thanks, Linda.

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