Author Archive for: Tina Swithin
Tina Swithin is an author, advocate and international divorce coach residing in San Luis Obispo, California. Tina serves as Board President for One Mom’s Battle, a non-profit organization designed to educate the Family Court System on high-conflict divorces and Cluster B personality disorders. For as long as she can remember, Tina has been passionate about helping others but it wasn’t until 2011 that she found her true calling as a voice for people around the world who have been affected by injustice in the Family Court System. Tina believes that through education, change is not only possible but inevitable.
Tina's has written two books, Divorcing a Narcissist – One Mom’s Battle and Divorcing a Narcissist – Advice from the Battlefield. By sharing her journey with the world, Tina hopes to help others who may be in similar situations by letting them know there is light at the end of the tunnel. In addition, Tina currently provides inspiration and hope to people around the world through her blog, One Mom’s Battle.
For more information, please visit www.tinaswithin.com and www.onemomsbattle.com.
Entries by Tina Swithin
Operate from a place of gratitude, positivity and selflessness. There is always something to be grateful for. I look at each experience in life as a chance to learn and grow as a person. I am known for taking a day-old batch of lemons and making a kick-butt pitcher of lemonade to share with everyone around me. I work hard to find the positive aspects from each experience that life throws my way. In 2004, I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and I’ve since learned to appreciate the little things in life. You won’t find me complaining about doing the… Read more.
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