Deborah DeArmond

Deborah DeArmond – AWSA Certified Coach

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Deb DeArmond is an expert in the fields of communication, relationship, and conflict resolution with 25+ years’ experience. As an author and popular professional speaker, her work is focused on issues important to women, with additional focus on those 50+. Deb is wife to her high school sweetheart ; they’ve been married 43 years. Mom to three incredible sons and daughters-in-law. Gigi to seven perfect grandboys and one darling granddaughter. But Jesus is her favorite, and the others have learned to live with it. Deb and her husband Ron, live in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

Author / Speaker
Family dynamics are her passion and Deb’s writing explores marriage, in-laws, grandparenting, and extended family relationships. Kregel Publications released her first
book, Related by Chance, Family by Choice on the relationship between mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law in late 2013. Abingdon Press released her most recent books I Choose You Today: 31 Choices to Make Love Last in early 2015 followed by her book on marital conflict, Don’t Go to Bed Angry. Stay Up and Fight! co-written with her husband, Ron in June of 2016.

Writing and Speaking Coach
Deb has 15+ years’ experience as a life and business coach. She completed her
credentialing to coach writers and speakers, through AWSA (Advanced Writer and
Speaker Association) in their first ever certification. She takes great joy in helping
writers become authors, as well as building their skill and confidence as speakers.

Deb’s coaching qualifications and certifications include:

 15 +years certified coach.
 AWSA Certified Author/Speaker Coach
 Three traditionally published books
 200+ articles: Focus on the Family, Family Talk with Dr. James Dobson, Lifeway Columnist, and feature writer
 20+ years training/coaching speakers.

Deb can help you:
 Uncover the message God’s written on your heart.
 Identify your core audience.
 Discover your authentic “voice.”
 Overcome barriers, challenges, self-defeating patterns.
 Create a writing discipline that serves your work and your life.