An expert in her field, Sarah is in demand around the world for her insightful work on dealing with infidelity. Sarah is candid about having lived as the ‘Other Woman’ for many years, but it was when her affair with celebrity chef, Gordon Ramsay, hit the press that she finally decided to reform.
Sarah has since made it her life's mission to help other women living as mistresses do the same. After Sarah appeared on the “Oprah Winfrey Show” in 2007, the response from women was so overwhelming, she founded “Mistresses Anonymous”, a groundbreaking support group and recovery program for women living a secret life.
This latest tour of Canadian cities (which included meetings in Toronto last week and meetings this week in Vancouver) is a follow up to her visit last May, which hosted a series of successful workshops for women in relationships with committed men.
With the launch of Sarah’s new television show, dealing with relationships on the Slice Network next fall and an incredible response from Canadian mistresses, Sarah plans to make Canada the headquarters of her foundation. Her goal is to give mistresses the tools to escape from their affairs.
The timing of Sarah’s visit couldn’t be more appropriate. The holiday season is the time when mistresses most often find themselves painfully alone while their married men spend time celebrating with their wives and families. Her workshops, book and blogs offer mistresses life-changing advice based on her own personal experiences, and Sarah would like to extend an invitation to women trapped in affairs with married men to attend her confidential workshops.
Since her groundbreaking appearance on the “Oprah Winfrey Show”, Sarah has appeared regularly on the popular TV and radio shows such as “The Dr. Phil Show”, “Dr. Drew”, “Joy Behar”, “ On Air with Ryan Seacrest” plus “The View,” “Dateline NBC,” “What Would You Do?” and “Larry King Live”, as well as other ABC and CNN Primetime shows. Sarah’s hard-hitting, straight edge approach makes her hot property on the talk-show circuit and she is frequently called upon by the news media to comment when stories break about celebrity marriages being rocked by affairs and sex-scandals. Most recently, Sarah was called upon to comment and analyze Ashton and Demi’s break-up and the Herman Cain scandal. The Biography Channel featured Sarah last month on "Celebrity Mistresses".
Sarah’s first book, the controversial self-help manual “Having an Affair? A Handbook for the Other Woman”, attracted huge media attention in 2007. In addition to managing Mistresses Anonymous, Sarah has hosted her own weekly LA radio show, “Between the Sheets”. Sarah also writes an edgy relationship advice blog called “Pillow Talk”.
To sign up for a Mistresses Anonymous meeting, visit the Mistresses Anonymous website.