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Kristy Campbell
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Kristy Campbell is a writer, digital content strategist, and creative communications consultant working in Los Angeles and San Francisco.

Apart from her day job working in the technology industry, she writes about both personal and career transformation, divorce and parenting, and women's and children's issues for having worked prior on The California Governor's and First Lady's Conference on Women. She also contributes to The Today Show, Mommytracked , and Modern Mom. You can often find her in the Divorcehood - a community she launched on Facebook for those on the divorce journey. She is an avid Twitter fan as well.

With two divorces, two ex-husbands, a full-time executive communications career in Silicon Valley, and 5 children ranging in ages from 5-21, she is never at a loss for a good story. Her complete work can be found at

Entries by Kristy Campbell

5 Keys for Emotional Balance While Teetering on the Edge

(3) Comments | Posted January 24, 2014 | 3:57 PM

My life collapsed a few years ago after a divorce, and I found myself living on the brink of poverty. I had gone from an upper-middle class lifestyle where I was a full-time stay-at-home mom with five children to a situation where the kids and I were left homeless with...

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Why Mom-In-Chief Doesn't Work For Me

(52) Comments | Posted September 13, 2012 | 7:40 PM

Oh, Michelle Obama. I wish you hadn't said it. I truly wish you hadn't said that at the end of the day, "Mom in chief" is your most important title.

You see, I was a mom in chief for the past 11 years and what I...

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The Five Regrets of The Divorced

(279) Comments | Posted May 18, 2012 | 2:00 AM

Talking with and connecting to other divorcing women has become my mission. I'm in the process of my second divorce and I see that the same isolation, loneliness, and judgment exists for divorced and single moms as it did 15 years ago, during my first divorce. Nothing has progressed. There...

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Til Death Do Us Part

(0) Comments | Posted July 12, 2011 | 7:02 PM

I was 30 during my first divorce. Now, at 45, I'm heading down the divorce path for a second time. Older? Yes. Wiser? Perhaps.

One of the greatest lessons I learned the first time around the divorce track is that the "til death do us part" clause in your...

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