If you have never heard of divorce coaching, it means that you are either single or living happily ever after with your soulmate.
Marjorie K. Clayton asks with a wink, “But for how long?”
It was five years ago that Mrs. Clayton hung a sign outside the carriage house out back that reads “Certified Divorce Coach.”
“I always knew that space would come in handy,” recalls Mrs. Clayton.
When asked what she attributes her success to she says, “I’m a good listener.”
“For a good time, I go to the movies,” says Mrs. Clayton. An avid filmgoer, she sees every release and attends film festivals in lieu of traditional vacations.
“I am perfectly happy eating popcorn for dinner,” she chuckles.
Mrs. Clayton is not joking. Off the top of her head, she shares a list of spices and flavors on which she garnishes her corn, “Kelp is good. Nutritional yeast flakes with Bragg Liquid Aminos. Parmesan cheese and black pepper. Curry, turmeric, butter. Toasted coconut flakes with ginger powder.”
Mrs. Clayton doesn’t seem too concerned that the rate of divorce is declining.
“If business dries up, I’ll use my connections to work as an extra in the movies,” she smiles.
There’s that wink again.