Home Free Coaching with Jennifer Lyman

Hi! My name is  Jennifer Lyman and I have been a military spouse for over 15 years now. My husband is in the USAF and has been deployed 6 different times from anywhere to 3-9 month tours with multiple trainings in between. We have never known another life together without the military!

I received my degree in 2012 and I have been working as a Dental Hygienist and office manager; I am also a mom of two resilient children, so I am no stranger to juggling everything this hectic lifestyle has to offer.

Maintaining the homefront while our spouses are away and dealing with all of life’s stressors is a lot to manage. You feel like you have to just stay home and get “through”. It sometimes feels so overwhelming that you don’t even know how to function without your other half at home with you.
Maybe you are stationed close to home, or far away from family,
I am here to help you get home free and thrive through this stressful time.
Deployments can bring up a lot of unchecked emotions such as anger, sadness, and resentment. I am passionate about helping women transition out of those negative emotions into feelings of hope, joy and fulfillment.
In order to properly deal with substantial life changes, you need a plan of action that will make this huge life adjustment easier for everyone. Whether that is knowing how to manage children's behaviors, juggling your busy work schedule, or having a daily schedule to keep you moving forward.

I can help you unpack these frustrations and figure out a game plan!

The military is a revered career, which it should be, but that doesn’t mean your emotions and dreams have to take the back burner. Let’s get on a call so we can figure out how we can help you manage the overwhelm and become a confident, strong and independent woman.
Why choose Home Free Coaching with Jennifer Lyman?
Most life coaches choose to work with military families because we have a lot of problems to solve! A lot of them have fancy certifications and degrees that give them tangible tools to deal with people in need. Very few coaches have the “deep in the trenches” life experience and can relate to what we go through day in and day out through the dreaded deployments.

“ I have been there. I am there. I am living this with you and I am here for you sister. I want to be the person you can reach out to when your family is far away, your kids are stressing you out and you need a familiar, non-judgemental voice of reason. "

I want to be the person that can virtually hold your hand through a difficult night of missing your spouse and the rollercoaster of emotions that can accompany that. I want to be your military confidant. The one you know has your back and is on your side.
Everyone is rooting for our spouses overseas and congratulates them when they get home. I am rooting for you and at the end of it all I will be congratulating you. I am in your corner and I will be here for the whole process until you get back on your feet again.

You need someone you can relate to, that knows your daily struggles, not just someone that has a degree telling you what you want to hear.