You’re terrified, broken-hearted, and desperate for answers.

You've consulted oracles and spirit guides and journaled to death about whether or not to leave your marriage.

You've taken all the classes, read all the books, listened to all the podcasts.

But you're still sitting in neutral, idling at the fork in the road unsure which direction to go, unclear what lies ahead.

More than anything else, you're trying to figure out which path will do less damage to your kids.

You're still struggling to answer the question that's been haunting you for years: 

Should I stay or should I go?

You want a burning bush already. Someone (or something) to tell you clearly: "It's time to go," or "Stay, and you'll get through this."


Hey there. I’m Kate Anthony. I’m a certified coach who helps moms decide whether they should stay in or leave their marriages.

And then I help them either heal their relationships, or exit with grace.

My ex and I had the kind of marriage that was so volatile that most people didn’t want to be around us. 

It was unbearable to witness, let alone experience.

Even so, we were willing to do anything to save our marriage, to save our family.  We went to group couples' therapy. We attended individual couple's therapy. We were both in individual solo therapy. And we were both in 12-Step Programs.

I spent 10 years agonizing over whether there wasn't just one more thing I should do to try to save my marriage. (Spoiler: there really wasn't.)

I now help women just like you examine their marriages as thoroughly as possible to assess if there really is something they haven't tried, or if they'll simply be idling in neutral at the same fork in the road for another ten years if they don't make a decision now.

Read my manifesto here.

I will help you:

  • Decide with absolute clarity whether or not to leave your marriage. Looking for a burning bush? I'll help you find it.

  • Gain confidence and self-esteem like you've never had before.

  • Learn to communicate in healthy, productive, and effective ways (even the hard stuff).

  • End the confusing, repetitive, mean thoughts that are swirling through your head.

  • Heal your relationship, should you choose to stay, so you don't fall back into the same rut.

  • Craft a detailed exit plan, should you decide to leave, that will support and protect your kids throughout the process.

  • Work through what went wrong in your marriage so you never repeat the same patterns again, whether you choose to stay or go.

To learn how I work with clients, click here.

Professional Bio

I spent 3 years training in various coaching modalities with two of the top coach training organizations in the world: CTI, where I am certified in individual coaching, and CRR Global, where I was trained as an organization and relationship systems coach. I am an expert in communication, co-parenting, and emotional intelligence.

In addition to my private practice, I spent three years coaching Fortune 500 executives in communication, presentation skills, and emotional intelligence in collaboration with a leading global communications consultancy.

Random (and possibly cool) things you might wanna know about me:

  • I'm divorced and share custody 50/50 with my ex, who is an amazing father to our son.

  • I was raised in New York City in the 1970s and 80s. It's not as glamorous as it sounds.

  • My parents were both actors, and I spent a lot of my childhood backstage, on Broadway and on the road, hobnobbing with some really famous people.

  • My dad changed my diaper in the Oval Office under Nixon, and left my poop-filled diaper in the trash can under Nixon's desk. We're all really proud of that.

  • I have a photographic memory for where things are. I’ve never lost an earring, an earring back or a sock in the dryer (#truestory), and I can find ALL the Lego pieces.

  • I am obsessed with true-crime shows, and know more about serial killers than anyone really should.

  • I will kick your ass in an Ikea or Lego assemble-off. Little stick dudes really do it for me.

  • I was an actor for more than 30 years, starting with five years on Sesame Street and ending with five years on Grey’s Anatomy, with a lot of work in theatre and television in between.