Good Dad – Toxic Ex: a Survival Guide for Divorced Dads & Step Moms & Podcasts

Good Dad – Toxic Ex: a Survival Guide for Divorced Dads & Step Moms

Offering Support for Men with Kids Navigating Love Life Challenges & Transitions

This simple guide was created by 20+ year love life coaching veteran Michelle Terrell to help men with kids, navigate their unique love life challenges, especially when their children’s mother is highly combative and toxic. 

If you are just waking up to the fact that your child’s mother is a toxic person and starting to realize if there are going to be changes for the better, you are going to have to be the one to make the shift, this is challenging life transition you are facing. 

But it can become a powerful rite-of-passage that will build you up as a man, father and confident lover, if you frame it as self-discovery and personal development work, rather than as a tragedy or hopeless. 

Yes, you are going to have to initiate some changes in the relationship if you are going to be your best, be a compassionate guide to your child’s mother and also provide a healthy life for your kids, but that may not mean what you are afraid it means. 


Whatever the issues that are going on for you now, changed or ended the romantic relationship with your children’s mother, those need to be untangled within your mind and heart, if you are to avoid further negative entrenchment and move forward with dignity.

You will also want to use this time of rich learning opportunities to set yourself up well, to be in a powerful position to shelter and guide your new love life moving forward. 

It doesn’t have to be the way you have seen so many of your buddies declining marriages go, nasty divorces and devastating child custody situations.

Even if you have an exceptionally combative, intrusive, blinded by her inflated sense of entitlement type of baby mama, there is lots you have in your influence to make things better. 

Coaching support and preemptive planning can shift the whole script on your love life transition and future. 

100% of what you spend on this e-guide today will be held in credit and if you decide to do one-on-one coaching work it will be applied to discount your session fee. 

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Good Dad – Toxic Ex: a Survival Guide

Michelle Terrell has been a health and wellness coach since 1995. In those years she collected data and the real life testimonials of thousands of good men who were feeling lost and confused in their love lives. Her workshop students dubbed her The Pistol Whip Hippie because her teaching/coaching style is irreverent, in your face and radically honest (the Pistol Whip part) with the follow up being supportive, nurturing awakened energy (the Hippie part) that inspires men to strive to be their very best.

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