“If you’ve been up all night and cried until you have no more tears left in you – you will know that there comes in the end a sort of quietness.” – C.S. Lewis

“Last summer while struggling through the emotional, financial and day-to-day upheaval of my immanent divorce I met Judith. She was a gift to me and helped guide me with gentleness and great skill. Her insights and “boots on the ground” approach made such a difference for me at this difficult time. With a genuine heart of compassion she draws from her personal and ministry-related experience to walk with those experiencing divorce devastation. This was all tremendously helpful to me and my children. Because of interactions with Judith I was able to better process my hurt and begin to feel hopeful again.”
– Gloria, Littleton Mass.


“The most I can do for my friend is to simply be his friend.” – Henry David Thoreau

“When my husband left, I could not function. I was a walking zombie. Judith’s support was nothing short of a miracle. Step by step, day by day, the support I received from Judith was a direct blessing from God. She help empower me to do even the basic things like finding something to eat. She came to my home to help me prepare for court and even took me for a walk. During that time, those were enormous accomplishments. Though having my world blown to smithereens was incredibly painful, I never would have thought the healing and hope I am experiencing now was ever possible. Judith played a key role in helping me heal healthily. I still pinch myself, and now look forward to my new adventures.”
– Sarah, South Hamilton, Mass.

“Judith walked with me during the most dark and difficult days of coming to terms with a failed marriage. I didn’t realize at the time, but my emotions – fear, disappointment, resentment – had kept me from making good long-term decisions for my life. She helped me see that I was not alone, find peace in the storm and showed me that others had been through this and survived. It made all the difference to talk to someone with compassion, experience and understanding of what I was going through. Now, years later, I am in a better place because of her support and friendship. I am grateful that she still cheers me on in her friendly and spirited way.”
– Doug, Wellesley, Mass.


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