"Throughout this book, I felt Bruce had a secret window into my own life and private thoughts. Many private feelings I am currently dealing with were addressed and revealed in a manner that made me feel it is not only normal, but I am truly not alone in this. I was surprised that I cried while reading it and the comfort that the words brought me. I read tons of self-help books, among other types of books, and this book actually gives me hope and things to look forward to. My tears were from the fact that I am facing the words I read. I have been getting negative feedback from outside sources and these words reassured me not to listen, keep them out of your life and do what is right. The section on the other home/parent opened my eyes and freed me. I did not go into reading this book thinking it would help me on such a deep emotional level." ~Dorothy Justice, Vice Chair-Community Action Partnership

About Me

Hi, I'm Bruce...

A while ago I too had gone through a divorce and while it wasn't a terribly nasty breakup, it wasn't a walk in the park either. No one really plans for a divorce, but it happens-  I was at the very young age of 34 and with 4 very young beautiful girls ages 2, 4, 6 and 8 with my youngest still in diapers. 

I was lost and confused and quite frankly scared! I sat at work in my office with my face literally in my hands. I had no real direction where I was going or what I was going to do. 

I just knew I had to keep moving. Adjusting to a new life with four little ones is no easy process, but we learned together what was important and we grew together.

I played by the rules and I focused, loved and made my kids a priority. I found a way through mutual understanding and we developed a bond. This doesn't happen over night- they developed trust in me. 

I kept my personal life private. I grew with the new changes in my life. I changed my career and eventually started my own company. I learned so much about myself by striking out on new opportunities, chasing my dreams, but I never lost sight of my kids. 

When I learned my children were struggling with verbal and emotional abuse and their mothers bad personal choices and addiction, I requested an emergency stay in U.S. Court and brought my children home full-time.

Several years later and looking back, now that I'm empty nesting, I realize this was a long hard arduous task with many peaks and valleys and no one could have done it alone. 

My new wife, family and friends and other coaches have repeatedly told me I should take this hard work, my successes and help others who have or are coping with similar issues.

They're right and this is my journey.


Bruce Buccio resides in Colorado, USA, with his beautiful wife, is : Author of "Parenting After Divorce: Rebuilding Your Life And Reaffirming the Relationships that Matter (2013)," court appointed child advocate, and volunteer helping families professionally in parenting, family, relationship, personal growth and life changes. Today, he writes about inspiration, growth, and love. 


Free in-depth consultation sessions: 303-324-3096. Say hi at bruce@brucebuccio.com!