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How Conquering Divorce Gives You Confidence

16 Responses

  1. Reframe *AND* reframe. A wonderful post– thanks for writing it.

  2. Christy says:

    There’s a lot of good and a lot of truth in what you say in this article. Just curious though, as to what your criteria would be for having “made it through” divorce?

    • Depends. It could mean once the decree is in hand. It could be the day you realize the worst is behind you. It could be the moment that the divorce no longer defines you or holds you back. It’s what “over” means to you and that may change as time goes on.

  3. Christy says:

    Yes, agreed, it changes with time, and as you suggest, varies from person to person. Just thought you might have some criteria in mind on which you based the article. If not, that might be a thought for a future article (if not already covered elsewhere on site). 🙂

  4. Liv says:

    Thanks for the trophy. Now if only I can make it through coparenting without getting arrested.

  5. Aurelia says:

    This is so timely. I just got my divorced finalized yesterday and altho the last 2 years have been Hell making it through some of the BS that came along with hurt feelings, moving out..etc. I have to admit that I feel more confident now than EVER.

  6. This article expresses exactly how I feel. It’s spot on! I had been married for 33 years and had no idea we were headed for a divorce. It hasn’t even been a year yet. I am learning how to read define myself every day. I also have embraced my singleness wholeheartedly! There is a light at the end of the path.

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