Jodie Sweetin divorces her third husband. Is she ready to ready for a fourth?
Jodie Sweetin divorces her third husband Monty Coyle has now been finalized. She reportedly filed for a legal separation three years ago citing… ‘Irreconcilable Differences’ after a year of marriage. They have a six-year-old daughter together.
The custody arrangements that Jodie and Monty have in place might feel somewhat challenging to some. Their six years old will spend her week equally with each parent, three days with one parent, four days with the other parent, the Christmas holidays being shared between the two also. It’s no secret that Jodie has struggled with drug and alcohol abuse in the past. At the request of Coyle, she can be forced to take a drug test following a 12 hour notice period. She has the right to request the same from her ex-partner.
Jodie Sweetin found fame as a child when she starred as Stephanie Tanner on the TV show ‘Full House.’ She has an eight-year-old daughter from her second marriage to Cody Herpin.
Sweetin is now engaged to writer and producer Justin Hodack.
Jodie drew The Seven of Swords, The Star, and The Tower. There seems to be a theme of Jodie attempting to escape the opposition encountered over the years.
The Seven of Swords shows that she has done her best with the tools she has been given but sometimes troubles can be created by the self. It’s easy to blame others, thus absolving ourselves of any responsibility for what went wrong in the relationship. There is a desire for peace in Jodie’s life and although I feel she tries to avoid negativity, there is a sense of not dealing with the actual issues arising within each relationship. It is easier for some people to leave a partner and replace them with another rather than attempt to manage a challenging relationship.
The Star shows a time of quiet excitement for Jodie, she is very much focused on all that is pleasant in her life, she will go through a time of cleansing and purifying in a place where dreams come true. There is a strong desire to put her own world to rights.
The tower shows a need to release a part of her past in order that she moves forward. She has no wish to make the same mistakes. I feel that Justin, Jodie’s new partner will be a positive influence on her. He has an understanding of the challenges faced and the inner work needed to stay sober. There is a resonance with each other and I feel that any outdated beliefs will be addressed allowing Jodie the fresh start that she desperately wants and needs. Good luck to Jodie on her journey.
Diana-Julie is an international life coach and spiritual counselor. She has worked with numerous people globally in their quest for personal empowerment and manifestation of dreams. A Reiki Master and natural healer, her personal passions of writing and spirituality serve to assist in removing obstacles for those seeking her guidance.