Every 7 Years

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  1. Lisa V says:

    I’m about a year behind you in my healing process… thanks for an encouraging post 🙂

  2. This is an amazing, restorative post. Thanks!

  3. Here in Australia, we need to keep business records for taxation purposes for seven years. After the seven years, the records can be destroyed without guilt or repercussions. Like you, I think that seven year mark after the ending of a relationship will probably be the real end – when we will be able to safely let go of all the hidden effects.

  4. I’m in year eight. A whole new me. Thanks Lisa. I feel refreshed!

  5. stevekubien says:

    It has been a while since I last commented here. While it has been about 4 years since my marriage went in the crapper, I’m beginning to see some positive movement. Surrounding myself with good people who value my presence certainly helps. Heck, I’m even “interested” in someone! I just wish I could drum up the courage to act on it. Still a looooong way to go.

  6. Orlando says:

    I divorced in 1986. So much has changed yet there are still occasional reminders, even after all these years.

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