Welcome to The D Spot’s Sponsored “Extraordinary Love” Column. Our company values our community and believes that it is important to continue to support one another. Each month a woman from The D Spot community will be featured and sharing her story in hopes to inspire you to continue to have extraordinary love or to find and receive extraordinary love. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Laura at The D Spot.
Getting to know Laura Campbell, Founder of The D Spot.
Please share your marriage/divorce story and how you found The D Spot Community?
Moving along on what seemed to others to be a “perfect” life path, my world was turned upside down when after years of increasing unhappiness, confusion and marriage counseling, I let the “D” word, DIVORCE, enter my life. From that moment on, life would never be the same again.
However, today I can share with you that I have never been happier. It has been a journey of self discovery, re-connecting to myself and designing a life that makes my heart sing… and getting here took a commitment to ME and creating all that I want.
My passion and true life purpose is supporting women to reclaim the life that they imagine and deserve, at a time when can be challenging to see the light at the end of tunnel. I work exclusively with extraordinary women to find extraordinary love. The women I serve are passionate about creating the life and love they imagine, during and after divorce.
Through the D Spot I am dedicated to helping women regroup, renew and reinvent themselves throughout the transition of divorce and as they design and move forward in their new lives.
My passion and true life purpose is to educate, inspire and empower women to strategically create the life that they envision and deserve. Through my proprietary “Love Readiness Assessment,” I guide women through a process of both preparing for and setting the foundation for attracting and sustaining effortless and extraordinary love; and integrating it into their real and dynamic lives. The D Spot is bringing sexy back to life after divorce!
You are not alone. Where your divorce ends, your destiny begins.
How has The D Spot Community helped you move through your divorce and difficult times?
The D Spot was created as a result of my own journey through divorce and the challenges that it inevitably and reliably presents. My desire to create a new and extraordinary life, despite any and all obstacles, taught me that nothing is impossible if we make the intentional choice to do whatever it takes.
Divorce can be isolating, it is common to feel alone, scared and overwhelmed. In wanting to create new relationships, new friendships and new empowering experiences in my own life, I found an amazing community of women all having experienced divorce and looking to connect with each other. That is how the D Spot was born!
What advice would you give to a woman that may be going through a divorce?
The single greatest piece of advice I would give to any woman who is facing the journey of divorce is to get the support, really good and trained support, to help them make the commitment to create a plan and take action on creating their new life. It is often difficult and frightening to ask for help, but the greatest gift a woman can give herself, her children and her family is the gift of reclaiming her life and becoming healthy, happy and whole. This what will allow her to be the woman, mother, partner, friend, and daughter that she is meant to be.
Lastly, every woman needs to know that there is a light at the end of the tunnel, even if they can’t see it yet. Just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it is not there! The key is to move along the journey with clarity, confidence, courage and control so that you can honor who you are at your core.
What has been your biggest achievement through the divorce process?
My greatest achievement is staying focused on creating the life I am meant to live. The fact is; that I AM exactly the woman that I serve through the D Spot. I am perfectly imperfect, and my life is extraordinarily ordinary! I manage raising two children, start to take care of my parents, nurture amazing friendships, navigate a sometimes challenging co-parenting situation, a job, a business, a new relationship and all that comes with extreme self care. If anyone knows what being a woman moving through and forward after divorce means, it is me.
I take pride in creating a community and a business that support women in creating an extraordinary life around their very real situations. Every woman is far more magnificent, powerful and extraordinary than they can possibly imagine. My job is to allow them to feel just how amazing they are!
What were your initial steps into making the decision to fight for extraordinary love in your life?
While my marriage didn’t work out, I have always known that there was an extraordinary relationship and love meant for me. My parents have been married for 47 years and have a truly incredible relationship, so I always knew it was possible. After my divorce, I consciously chose to do whatever it took to manifest extraordinary love; and it turns out, it didn’t come naturally to me. In fact, I had a lot to learn. I made a commitment to do the hard inner work of personal growth, dedicate resources to working with talented coaches, and create new, healthy habits to propel my journey forward after divorce. We all bring “stuff” to the table, not all of it healthy or in our own best interests. The first step was to accept responsibility for and own my role in getting to where I was, so that I could take massive action towards creating what I wanted in my new life and next chapter. It was sometimes a painful process, but has been the most rewarding and empowering journey as well. I enjoy a passionate and extraordinary love now, and while it is not always easy, and takes daily discipline and commitment, it is built on a foundation of being the healthiest woman I can be. There is simply nothing like it!
Laura answers the Identity 5:
What have you accepted in your life that took time, physically or mentally?
I have accepted that my life journey is different than I thought it would be, and that it is okay. Sometimes the journey takes us to unexpected places that challenge us to face our fears and create what we truly want in our lives. The journey to where I am today has included a divorce, accepting a new lifestyle reality and an even greater acceptance of who I am and who I am meant to be. I embrace every aspect of the journey…the good, the bad and the ugly!
What do you appreciate about yourself and within your life?
Today I appreciate that I am stronger and more powerful than I can possibly imagine. I also find that as I create the life I imagine and desire, I become surrounded with the most amazing people; friends, family, my partner and a huge worldwide community! I also appreciate that every one of us is simply seeking a happy, healthy, harmonious, passionate and purpose driven life; and that this often does not come easily. I am far more compassionate today that I have ever been.
What is one of your most rewarding achievements in life? What goals do you still have?
I think my greatest achievement is staying committed to who I am and who I want to be; even when those around me challenge my resolve. I am dedicated to the daily discipline of living a life in alignment with my values and my truest desires. It can be hard work, but I make sure that the relationship I have with myself is happy, healthy and whole!
What is your not-so-perfect way? What imperfections and quirks create your Identity?
I am a handful! I can be loud, opinionated and passionate with all of my emotions. I guess some say that I am intense. I have also been called a “gap filler”, filling every moment of my day with some task or activity instead of taking more time for quiet. I am perfectly imperfect and living an extraordinarily ordinary life!
How would you complete the phrase “I Love My…?”
I love my life. I love the good, the bad and everything in between. The good fuels my soul and the challenges give me opportunities for growth. My life is as strong as the relationships that I create within it. Therefore, I commit to a daily practice of giving constant and never-ending attention to all of the relationships I have; my children, my family, my partner, my friends, my clients and everyone that comes into my life.