Don't let separation F#@K you up!

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In This Separation Survival Guide You'll Learn How to Conquer Anger, Stop Blame, Take Control and Start Living a Life of Resilience, Inner Strength & Freedom.

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If you're still reading, you have only 2 choices:

1. You can do nothing, stay trapped in a vicious cycle and remain a victim. 

2. You can take the first step to resilience, inner strength and freedom. 

The choice is yours.

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Here's How I Helped other Men Change Their Lives.
I can guide you too.

"I've found the knowledge and exercises very valuable, especially knowing that Tamir has lived the lessons himself… and had gained much benefit from the knowledge in his own life. 


I felt supported and more confident. I will absolutely feel comfortable recommending this to a friend."


Demian, AU

"The part that helped me the most was about identifying the roles that I was playing. eg. the victim, prosecutor and rescuer.


Knowing when I'm doing those things and be able to see I'm still doing these things even after she left me. 


Also the meditation about identifying emotions was very helpful."


Chris, UK

How I used my pain to grow, conquered my separation in less than 12 months and started a life of resilience, inner strength and freedom...


Tamir Berkman, Divorce Cowboy

Life was hell. When my ex told me it was over, I went into denial. I was smoking and drinking to hide and ignore the pain of shame and guilt. When I finally gathered the courage to stop, I could feel how I'm treating myself. "Why are you doing this to yourself?" I asked.

I was miserable. Full of fear, anger, sadness, guilt and shame.
Fear of the unknown, what will happen to me and to my daughter. Angry with my ex, blaming her for my shitty life and my feelings. I was feeling sad about losing everything, guilt for my poor choices and shame for having a broken family.

I felt like a failure in life.

My mentor listened to me, showed me empathy...but also called me out. He asked me straight up "are you a victim?" 

I took a long, hard look at myself. I wanted to say: "Fuck off", I could lied and said "No!" but the truth was that I was holding myself in a victim state.

He showed me some "doors" I can go through if I choose. These doors opened to a whole new world of self-development, emotional resilience and inner strength. Choosing to work on me was my "aha moment".


My passion is to guide men through separation, just as my mentor did for me. Now, I'd like to do the same for you.

I'd like to show you some "doors" and let you make a choice.