Meet Your Instructor

Certified Life/Divorce Coach

Nancy Duarte

Nancy Duarte Life Coach is a former Family Therapist for the past 23 years and is now a Life Coach. Abuse was her story, and she had to confront her abuser and find the courage to leave this madman. She has dedicated herself to empowering women of courage. She pulls no punches and holds nothing back and her aim is directed at her own formerly panicky self as she is allowing you to be the beneficiary of her former faintheartedness. She thoroughly spells out a plan for living a personally courageous life in her courses. Her intention is to teach you new truths that require you to admit that these old truths are indeed lies. She offers you brutal honesty and helps you live in a place where it will all be well. "The Road Less Traveled Digital Course", "Toxic Relationships" Digital Course and "7 Shocking Truths Every Parent Should Know About Divorce & Kid's Digital Course."



When parents get separated or divorced, it can be an extremely difficult time for children. They may feel abandoned and rejected because they no longer have a relationship with either parent in the family anymore.

Just as you are riding an emotional roller coaster, your children are dealing with feelings that they may never have experienced before. 

By addressing their feelings in this vulnerable and difficult time, you can affect their future in a positive way.

How you react when your child is feeling down or angry can have a lasting impact on their future emotions. Children will act differently depending on their ages and their unique personalities. A certain amount of acting out is to be expected, and some of these behaviors come with the territory at particular ages.

When you begin to see a change of behavior or you begin to see signs of disruptive behavior, it is time to intervene.

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Client Testimonials

“"Nancy became a beacon of hope in the middle of my life crisis. She used laughter as her number one strategy, showing me that yes, problems existed and that I needed to face them, but helped me to look at them from a different perspective." The endless crying nights ended as I grew as a person. Nancy helped me see the positive qualities I possessed, instead of focusing on the negative things that surrounded me. ”

Mayri M.

“Nancy understood me in the first 15 minutes of my conversation with her. She challenged me to look at my divorce on a whole new level. I did it! I began focusing on solutions to my divorce and kids. It brought total clarity and ever since, it's been a great relationship between me and my son and my beautiful daughter.”

Jose P

“Nancy is an amazing person with vast insight. Her brilliant mind has an incredible way of placing you in the right mindset and at the right moment. She has a perspective on anything you are facing. Nancy has helped me through the most difficult roads in my life. I recommend her to friends as often as I can. Call on her for any of life's needs!”

Jenny C.

“"Working with Nancy was a life-changing experience." She has helped my kids navigate through very challenging times in their lives. She inspires those around her with her selfless, positive care for others. She is a true gift.”


“"Nancy's challenge saved my life! I no longer look at my ex-husband as an enemy. Our relationship is better than ever and we co-parent our kids like a family." Nancy is someone who pushes you to the next level, regardless of what you feel. She is amazing to learn from.”

Raquel P.

“I was extremely impressed with the way Nancy goes all in being by your side. She is always available to help. This course was life-changing for me. It really helped me to put things in perspective and set my priorities in order.”

Sandra H.

Stay Child Focused

The thought of a divorce can be stressful and overwhelming. You may feel as though your family's happiness is at stake, but it really comes down to what will be best for the kids in this situation. Divorce brings several types of emotions to the entire family, and the children involved are no different. Feelings of loss, anger, confusion, anxiety, and much more, all may come from this transition. Divorce leaves children feeling overwhelmed and emotionally sensitive. Most often when parents fight over custody arrangements with their children involved there are two main outcomes. Either both parties get time together or separate periods during which one parent has full involvement; however no matter how much we want them too, sometimes these decisions aren't easy ones because they involve putting our dreams on hold while trying to figure out who gets primary residence- where do I live? There are so many things to consider. Are you an available parent? Or are you just trying to get custody? If you're resisting shared custody, ask yourself whether the things that you think make your spouse a weak parent are really all that serious. Are you really concerned about your kids, or are you just trying to control things? Learn more and click the blue button to book a call with Nancy.

Divorce affects children negatively.

Your kids are going through a huge transition, They are adjusting to the fact that their lives will be different from now on.

  • Be honest with your kids. Allow your kids to grieve. They need to grieve this loss so that they can move on from it. There will be times when your kids will get upset and cry over the fact that their parents are getting a divorce. Be patient and allow them to grieve. Let them know that it’s normal to feel that way. Tell them you feel sad about it as well. Give them a hug if they want one. Let your kids know they can always come to you when they are feeling sad. Let them know you are always willing to listen.

  • Keep in touch with the other parent. Encourage your children to participate in activities they love. Keep in touch with your ex-spouse so that you can keep your children informed of relevant information. You want to make sure that they are aware of upcoming events. These include their birthday, their grades, and any extracurricular activities they are participating in. Keep in touch with your ex-spouse even if it’s only superficial. You can text or call each other to let your children know that you are still connected. Let them know that you are interested in what’s going on in their lives.

  • Find ways for you and your child to bond and have fun together There are ways you can bond with your child even if you are not in a relationship with their other parent. You just have to put in the effort to make it happen. Begin by finding out what your child likes and dislikes. Try to discover what their interests are. If your child is old enough, ask them about their interests and what they like to do. Let your child know that you are interested in what they do and that you want to be a part of it. This will help you bond with your child. Let your child know that you are there for them. Show them that you care about what they are interested in. Make time for your child. The more time you spend with your child, the closer you will get to them.

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Course curriculum

    1. How to use this course

    2. Nancy's Introduction

    3. A Message From My Daughter

    1. Oxygen Mask - Intro Video

    2. Oxygen Mask First

    3. Oxygen Mask First - Workbook

    1. Impact On A Child - Intro Video

    2. Impact on a Child of Divorce

    3. Impact on a Child of Divorce - Workbook

    1. Toxic Relationships - Intro Video

    2. Toxic Relationships

    3. Dealing With a Difficult Co-Parent - Workbook

    1. Past Wounds - Intro Video

    2. Past Wounds

    3. Past Wounds - Workbook

    4. Past Wounds / Audio Exercise

    1. Conflict Unresolved - Intro Video

    2. Conflict Unresolved

    3. Conflict Unresolved - Workbook

About this course

  • 51 lessons
  • 2 hours of video content

Discover your potential, starting today

Nancy Duarte - Certified Life / Divorce Coach