Dr. Dorine Kramer
Dr. Dorine Kramer, International Speaker, Life Coach, and Author, is living proof that you can have abundance, joy, and purpose on the other side of your Empty Nest experience. She is passionate about helping moms whose children are about to leave or have already left the nest, to reinvent themselves so they know and love who they are.
After an exciting medical career, Dr. Dorine, as her colleagues and clients affectionately know her, became a stay-at-home mom by choice. When her two children, Stephanie and Benjamin, left for college, the transition from full-time mom to mom-on-the-sidelines turned into a full-blown identity crisis. She was totally unprepared for the loss of identity she felt, and the need to find a new role and focus for her life.
Now, as a life and business coach, business owner, and leader in the community, Dr. Dorine believes that women who have been putting everyone else first deserve to know, love, and value themselves and make themselves a priority. Based on her own experience, Dr. Dorine has created a unique process to help them lead amazing lives filled with purpose, passion, joy, and health.
Dr. Dorine received her medical degree from UC Irvine and her further training in public health at UCLA. She served as an epidemiologist at the world renowned Centers for Disease Control (CDC) during the early stages of the AIDS epidemic, and as a consultant for the World Health Organization. She now lives in Southern California with her husband Nick and dog Bosco. She especially enjoys spending time with her grown kids, traveling the world, learning new stuff, and reading fantasy novels.
Your Amazing Itty Bitty(R) Empty-Nester Survival Handbook
by Dr. Dorine Kramer
As Dr. Dorine says: “When your kids leave the nest, it's your time to soar!” Your children are gone. Now what? In this powerful Itty Bitty Book, Dr. Dorine Kramer shares 15 Essential Tips and Tools she discovered when she was in your shoes. Discover how to be the person you want to be and live the life you want to live now that the kids are gone.
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