I’m Kerri, I am not a baby but not ready to hang up my flirt either.

At this point in my life I’ve had enough family trauma, male drama, kid adventures and work misfires to write the “War and Peace” of autobiographies.

Kerri Zane3In 2001 my twelve-year marriage crumbled to pieces. It was devastating for me; life as I knew it was over. A million thoughts flew through my mind…

“How was I supposed to go on without the grounding that is part of being a couple?”

“How would this turn of events affect my two young daughters?”

“How could I financially support my family?”

and “How would I ever be desirable to another man again?” 

I conjured up a myriad of ill-conceived notions of what the future would hold. I was scared.

Then, just when I thought life couldn’t get any more complicated, it did. In quick succession my Dad passed away, I entered into an inexorably doomed business partnership, my mother nearly died from a horrible bout of shingles, my brother was diagnosed with cancer, and the fall out from my divorce got uglier and uglier. It all took a serious toll on my mind, body and heart.

 

Kerri Zane and Daughter14But, as the poet John Vance Cheney said, “The soul would have no rainbow had the eyes no tears.” I shed plenty of tears. It was time to find the rainbow. Through my USM master’s program in spiritual psychology, extensive scientific research and engaging with hundreds of other single moms all over the country, I learned important life and empowerment skills that gave me a broad mental and emotional baseline to not just survive, but thrive.

I began to embrace compassionate self-forgiveness, truly listened to my intuition, worked on redefining (or as I call it rescripting) my past life, retired the word “mistake” from my vocabulary, and embraced the power in my ability to make my own choices. I began having healthier relationships with my daughters, my mom, my co-workers, the men in my life, and most importantly, myself.

This 13-year journey led me to develop a unique new way of being.

I learned how to “Live my Happily Even After,” and now I want to share it with you.

It Takes All 5 - 3D Book ImageIn my first book, It Takes All 5: A Single Mom’s Guide to Finding the REAL One”  I’ve outlined a powerful, life-altering, and empowering guide for all single moms to be the best woman they can be; inside and out.

AS YOU START YOUR PATH, KNOW THAT MANY WOMEN HAVE WALKED IT BEFORE YOU, AND NOW YOU HAVE A NEW FRIEND TO TRAVEL WITH YOU, AND HER NAME IS KERRI.

Kerri is an Emmy award winning executive TV producer (view TV resume here), single mom lifestyle expert, spokesperson, speaker and Amazon best selling author. She has an M.A. in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica and a B.A. in Sociology from UCLA.  Kerri is the proud single mother of two grown daughters.  She currently resides in Marina Del Rey, CA.