“The little rain drops are what make the storm” in other words, the small things matter and communication is key. With the global pandemic and many states in the U.S having a “shelter in place” mandate in effect, those of us in cohabiting relationships are being challenged in a way that magnifies our short-comings and our gifts. The experience at hand, riddled with stress and pressure, serves as a magnifier of our situations and will position us so that we can no longer look away from what may not be working. However, it can also allow us to lean into our connection even deeper and allow our most human tendencies like empathy, understanding and connection lead us. About the Guest:Since the day he was "sworn in" as an attorney in Brooklyn, New York in 2001, James J. Sexton’s skills as a trial lawyer and courtroom advocate have rapidly thrust him into the forefront of the New York State family landscape.Described by some as a "compassionate and dedicated advocate" and others as a "courtroom gunslinger" or "the sociopath you want on your side," Sexton has captured the attention of the New York legal community and the results he obtains for his clients, in the courtroom and at the negotiating table, speak for themselves. Sexton has intentionally focused his practice on divorce and family law since his graduation Fordham Law School. In addition to his Juris Doctorate (Law Degree) he has a Master of Arts degree from New York University where he focused his graduate studies on persuasive speech and propaganda. After nearly two decades of refining his skills as a trial lawyer in the Courtrooms of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Rockland, Westchester and Orange Counties, Sexton's legal skills and confidence in the courtroom earned him his place in the top 1% of family law attorneys practicing in New York. In 2018, upon the release of his first book, Sexton added #1 bestselling author, television personality and sought-after public speaker to his resume: his penchant for verbal gymnastics and no-holds-barred approach to argument thrusting him into the national spotlight. More From James J. Sexton:Website: www.nycdivorces.comBuy his book How To Stay In Love: Practical Wisdom From An Unexpected SourceFinding James J. Sexton:Instagram: @nycdivorcelawyerReview this podcast on Apple Podcast using this LINK and when you DM me the screen shot, I buy you my $299 video course as a thank you! My book Confidence Creator is available now! get it right HEREIf you are looking for more tips you can download my free E-book at my website and thank you! https://heathermonahan.com*If you'd like to ask a question and be featured during the wrap up segment of Creating Confidence, contact Heather Monahan directly through her website and don’t forget to subscribe to the mailing list so you don’t skip a beat to all things Confidence Creating!
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