Michele Weaver has been changing people’s lives through whole food nutrition and personal relationship coaching since 2015 as a Holistic Health, Life, and Recovery Coach with Come To The Table Ministries. Michele is certified through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition (IIN) and The Addiction Academy for Life & Recovery Coaching. Michele has also been a distributor with Juice PLUS+® since 2016.
After raising her children and working in her family business, Michele decided to pursue her love of health and wellness. One month before graduating from her coaching certification program, Michele discovered her husband’s betrayal. Her life as she knew it was shattered, only to realize it had never actually been what she thought. Because Michele has experienced firsthand how betrayal affects the health of the body, mind, soul, and spirit, she is committed to walking the path with other women to let them know that they are not alone (or crazy), that their roller coaster ride is real, and that they have help to keep moving forward.
Michele is joined by her husband Tom who chose recovery. Together, they chose a new life. Michele facilitates groups for betrayed wives while Tom facilitates groups for men moving through recovery. Together, they also offer coaching for individuals and couples.
In 2019, Michele and Tom organized the Come to the Table Conference at Faith Bible Church in order to bring awareness to the epidemic of pornography, sexual addiction, and intimacy anorexia. The Come to the Table Conference hosted international speakers including Dr. Doug Weiss of the Heart to Heart Counseling Center and Tray and Melody Lovvorn of Undone Redone.
Michele and Tom have appeared on WAVA radio 105.1 FM/Good News for the City in Washington, DC and Undone Redone. Together, Michele and Tom have also organized movie nights at their community theater, showing the films “Married & Alone” and “Intimacy Anorexia.”
Michele is in the process of becoming certified in Sexual Addiction Recovery, Partners Recovery, and Intimacy Anorexia through the American Association of Sex Addiction Therapy (AASAT).
Michele is passionate about creating hope, breaking the silence and stigma of betrayal, and spreading the message that nutrition comes in many different forms. Michele has embraced her new life in southern Maryland, and she loves jet skiing, eating blue crabs, exercising, and spending time with her family and friends.