Christina R. Ferguson

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Author, Speaker, Trainer, and Infidelity Coach, Christina R. Ferguson, works with women living through infidelity and divorce.  Coach Christina says, “Life does not come with an instruction manual.  It is simply a day-to-day experience.” 

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Once finding herself in a space of chaos and confusion, Christina Ferguson's personal mantra of empowerment became, "This is life as it is NOW, but what are you going to do about it? .  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 marital infidelity in hopes that others will find encouragement and support, and through her coaching, training, and speaking, she will challenge you to own your truth and create your personal story.   


What happens when forever doesn’t last forever? The truth is in the beginning you spend countless days trying to comprehend the pain that you are forced to endure. The problem with being broken and lost is that you can’t see the light at the end of the tunnel. Fighting the many emotions after betrayal is mean and it is a lonely process. Eventually I found strength inside to make it off the floor and I stopped reliving the story of victim and defeat. What happens when forever doesn’t last forever? It took me years to discover the answer to this question; but, I can now say with confidence that you can move beyond infidelity and divorce.



Love Conquers All: Moving Beyond Infidelity and Divorce is a coaching program for women living through the pain of infidelity and divorce. I define this as a unique pain and wanted to create a program that gives women a safe and comfortable environment to heal their wounds.  I am dedicated to journeying with you as you navigate through the wilderness of infidelity and divorce.


The Love Conquers All experience takes you on a process of acknowledgement, reflection, and awareness, to a place of acceptance, restoration, love, and fulfillment.  Christina is a firm believer that we all have the power to create a beautiful portrait from broken pieces.  If you are ready to bounce back, see if this program is a good fit for you.  Find out more here.

 

Meet Christina R. Ferguson, M.S.
Certified Professional Coach
Founder, Infidelity Hurts Awareness
Day

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 marriage; a miscarriage; 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 marital 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.  She is Executive Director of the From Grief to Gratitude Academy in Washington, D.C., and maintains membership in American Psychological Association, Learning Disabilities Association of America, and National Association of Self-Esteem.

 
 

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SPEAKOUT AGAINST INFIDELITY AND RAISE AWARENESS . . .

Press Release, September 26, 2017

Infidelity Coach Speaks Out Amidst Kevin Hart’s Alleged Affair.  Another story has shaken the world of infidelity.  Many see it as a story of extortion, while others view it as the classic story of infidelity… the avalanche of lies, betrayal, secrets, and deception. Christina R. Ferguson, Infidelity Coach and Founder of Infidelity Hurts Awareness Day, says, “This is another story sending the message that we are human, we aren’t perfect, and infidelity is okay. 


The recent scandal involving Kevin Hart, a well- knownactor, comedian, writer, and producer whom brings so much love and laughter to the world has allegedly committed adultery again.  Mr. Hart openly shares through his comedy act that he is not sorry and he doesn’t regret cheating on his ex-wife.  Coach Christina says, “We laugh at this yet, what a major blow to his ex-wife,” and asks, “What about his children?”  Why do we laugh at cheating? What message are we sending to the world?  Now that infidelity has hit his second marriage the question becomes why is cheating so prevalent and can monogamy really exist?”


Coach Christina fights for and with women who suffer the pain of infidelity.  She founded Infidelity Hurts Awareness Day in 2013 with the mission to eradicate normalizing and promoting infidelity as an acceptable and notable behavior by bringing awareness to the emotional and psychological consequences experienced by individuals, children, families, and communities.  continued here


INFIDELITY COACH DELIVERS STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS . . .

Press Release, May 2, 2018

Infidelity Hurts Awareness Day will host its annual event on Saturday, May 5, 2018.  Infidelity Hurts Awareness Day has been holding events that aim at bringing the painful and embarrassing topic of infidelity to the fore. The group is on a mission of spreading awareness and information about the pain and severe psychological and emotional distress that individuals suffer because of betrayal of a partner. The idea of an annual event was the brainchild of Christina R. Ferguson who first founded this annual event in 2015.


In celebration of the fourth year of raising awareness and advocating for those who are affected and might suffer in silence and harbor the painful emotions of shame, pity, and embarrassment, Christina R. Ferguson will deliver the State of the Union Address. She says that, “We must change how the world views infidelity.”


This year’s special guest is Lynn Marie Cherry, an engaging speaker and the author of an award winning book, Keep Walking: 40 Days to Hope and Freedom after Betrayal, a daily devotional that helps women find a way through the pain and trauma of betrayal. After experiencing the detrimental effects of pornography addiction in her own marriage, Lynn determined to inspire hope in others and shine a light on the path to freedom.


“Last year’s event attracted over 500 registrants from around the world, and I am happy to announce that, back by popular demand, we will replay the 2017 Virtual Summit,” says Christina.   continued here

 
 

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Christina R. Ferguson's books can be found on Amazon.

 
 
 
Please Note:  Christina R. Ferguson does not offer professional counseling or therapy.  If these services are needed, she will be happy to refer you.   If you are experiencing serious suicidal thoughts that you cannot control, please telephone 911 or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).