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Laura Campbell

Laura Campbell, founder of The D Spot and its companion website, www.discoverthedspot.com, helps women regroup, renew and reinvent themselves before, during and after divorce. Laura created The D Spot after she was unable to find information to guide her through the end of her own marriage. She realized this was an unmet need and built an online source for women seeking support as they experience the phases of divorce.

Prior to launching The D Spot, Laura was a financial analyst, project manager and strategic planner. After a career transition, she opened Laura Campbell Consulting and worked with the non-profit sector of New Haven, CT. Soon after, she found herself not only in the midst of her own divorce, but also frustrated about the lack of resources for women. As a result, Laura combined her business knowledge with her entrepreneurial spirit and The D Spot was born.

Through The D Spot and her coaching practice, Laura helps divorcing women through life and relationship transitions, facing finances, finding their life’s purpose, effective co-parenting and mastering communication. Her work includes speaking, writing, and leading seminars and workshops in critical areas relating to divorce. Laura believes that every woman deserves to be the champion of her own destiny and live an extraordinary life.

When Laura is not devoting time to her two sons or her businesses, she is a contributing expert for Smart Women’s Coaching and producer of events for the 2008 Momference Series. Laura is also a member of the International Federation of Coaches and sits on the advisory board of the Life Purpose Institute.

Laura Campbell

Most Recent Articles

Sex and Divorce…The Real Deal!

Tuesday, 08 February 2011 07:58
So here’s the real deal.  Many of us who have gone through a divorce have also gone through long periods of time without sex.  Yes…I said it.  While I know that there are some relationships for…

4 Tips for Erasing Post-Divorce Anxiety

Saturday, 14 August 2010 14:42
I simply can’t believe it is August already!  I wish I could simply slow down time!I don’t know about you but when I turn the page on the calendar to August, I immediately begin to feel a little bit stressed, anxious,&

Mastering the Instability of Divorce

Thursday, 29 July 2010 10:55
Just a short time ago, I was actively seeking out women going through separation and divorce, or as I frequently say, going through a life transition.I realize now though, that everyone is going through a “life transition”….especially …
So, are you ever faced with challenges?I thought so!!!When you go through divorce, and especially when you have children, there can be ongoing challenges with having a relationship and partnership with your Ex (and possibly family) that you no…

Spring Cleaning for the Soul

Friday, 26 March 2010 10:20
So, spring has sprung!Just because it’s been raining here for at least 72 straight hours doesn’t mean that the energy of spring is not everywhere!I know spring is here because my eyes are watery, I sneeze all day and the birds wake me up…

Is the Story of Your Divorce Defining You?

Friday, 26 February 2010 23:01
So, are you one of those? Are you one of those women who define themselves by their divorce? There was a time when I was. My “story” was that I was a divorced woman going through a really rough time. And that clearly, I could not be expected to…

How to Deal With the "Bad Days" of Divorce

Thursday, 05 November 2009 09:06
"My mother told me there would be days like this!" How true this is!Yes, no matter what stage of life you are in, we know that there are bad days font size="3"&"
As a woman navigating divorce, we're often confronted with juggling a million different tasks, emotions, appointments and dealines — it's enough to drive anyone crazy. If you're a mother going through divorce, you can easily times the amount of…

The Divorce and Dating Playbook

Thursday, 06 August 2009 02:06
So, what am I doing here? This is what went through my mind on my first post-divorce date. And as I went on a few more, I began to wonder how many times I would have to answer the question “So, what’s your story?”  Story? What…

How to Find Passion After Divorce

Monday, 13 July 2009 10:33
What is passion? Passion is defined as “feeling very strongly about a subject or person, usually referring to feelings of intense desire and attraction; to be very passionate about something”.As we all know, passion can be positive and…