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Them’s the Rules – A Blogging Year in Review

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  1. It is amazing that all of this has been in the last year. Wow! “What a ride!”

  2. dodlebug says:

    Only having just subscribed to your blog a few weeks ago, I want to tell you what an impact it has taken on my mentality of my own divorce after reading half of your posts from last year. I was horrified and shocked in reading the day your marriage ended but it is motivational to see that you have overcome so much heart break and tramau and are using it of show others a road to their own recovery.

    I have just begun my own blog on my divorce and though it does matter to me what others are thinking that are reading, it has been so therapeutical for me to just write my own story.

    Congrats to you on your accomplishments and finding your strength and your own life, may 2013 be the best year yet!

  3. And a happy new year to you too! Wishing you lots of happiness and success ūüôā

  4. Melanie says:

    You’ve been a big inspiration to me this year. You took recovery in your own hands and didn’t wait for it to happen. I’d like to look back and say I’ve done that too.

  5. 2012 was some year. I remember reading your blog in the midst of my emotional shock earlier this year when I randomly searched for divorce blogs on Google. In process of digesting (for the lack of a better word) the pain that you had gone through and finding a way to come to terms with my own pain I totally forgot to check the blog address which resulted in many months of searches and it is strange that I could not find your blog. But as luck had it you found my blog and I gladly came back to yours :).
    Your blog and the support community of WordPress have been more than inspirational. You have helped me find a way to deal with my pain and emerge a better person. 2013 scares me too, for I have lived most of life planning to the ‘T’, more so because my divorce case is still pending in court leaving my life hanging by a thread. But having been through worse before like so many of us I hope to emerge much stronger and laying to rest the many fears the events of the recent past have given rise to.
    A very happy new year to you. Wishing you all the happiness, joy and success! ūüôā

    • Thank you:) I had no idea that I was lost and found – how cool!

      I was in a similar place as you as 2009 rolled into 2010. It is a scary place and one with so little control. Just know that it will not always be this way and that you will be okay. Divorce court is awful, but they don’t hand out death sentences:)

      I wish you the best in 2013 and well beyond:)

  6. I love to see the various searches that find my blog. I will have to ‘search bomb’ you later. Have a wonderful New Year tonite. You seem to be going strong. I wish you more great health and tons of happiness in 2013 and you accomplish all your goals. I have learned a lot about inner strength from you this year. Through the Tsunami you have become a great inspriation to many. Happy New Year!

  7. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and allowing me to find yours. I have been wandering around here for hours. Aside from the beginning, what an exciting journey you are on. Love the photo of the mud run. Happiest 2013 to you!

  8. So glad you decided to blog. i did not realise that your idea for the book came first – then the blog.
    Your first comment to me was in my very early days post separation and you sent me the link to your ‘tsunami’ divorce.
    This and many other comments have continued to help keep me sane.
    best of luck with 2013

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