"This is life as it is NOW, but what are you going to do about it?"
Christina is a Mommy first. After being advised that she might not be able to conceive; subsequently conceiving but enduring a miscarriage; and, ultimately giving natural birth to her daughter... Madison is "Mommy's Miracle" and Christina's reason why.
Christina says, “Life does not come with an instruction manual and is simply a day-to-day experience.” One usually has a mental picture of how their life is supposed to look, but it doesn’t always go as planned. What happens then?
During the course of a miscarriage; marital separation; the gift of reconciliation; a second miscarriage; then, to being separated again and ultimately divorced, Christina found herself in a space of chaos and confusion. This is life as it is NOW, but what are you going to do about it? is Christina’s personal mantra of empowerment. She uses this as her catalyst to find and cultivate something good out of those seemingly not-so-great circumstances and curve balls of life. She openly shares her journey through infidelity in hopes that others will find encouragement and support, and through her coaching and speaking, she will challenge you to own your truth and create your personal story.
Christina Ferguson is a published author, certified professional coach, licensed Feel the Fear® trainer, and certified “Yes You Can” trainer. She leads support groups for separated and divorced women and is Founder of Infidelity Hurts Awareness Day, an annual event that offers support and educates on the devastating effects of this behavior on individuals, families, children, and communities. Her gentle, humble spirit and heart of service for the wellbeing of others has earned her respect and admiration as the coach who “makes you feel like you are talking to your best girlfriend.”
She has a widely versatile background in life coaching, administration, and healthcare industry experience. Christina has a master’s degree in Psychology and is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Psychology. She maintains membership in American Psychological Association and National Alliance for Grieving Children.