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Change is Never Easy, But it Can Be Easier

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  1. When I first realized my ex and I would not be working out our marriage issues, I was devastated by the loss. But then I realized that I was given an opportunity. I would be able to do new things and experience life in a different way. While I haven’t been able to fully seize those opportunities yet, they are on the horizon and I’m excited to have them.

  2. ifonlymommy says:

    Change is hard. I resist it always. Divorce is so hard. Don’t you feel like you’re constantly trying to be your own self help book. I do. It’s kind of funny. Man, we are a resilient bunch 😊!

  3. tracihalpin says:

    Thank you……I’m in the midst of so many huge changes. This post helped me feel just a bit less down.

  4. tracihalpin says:

    Good luck with your new school!!

  5. Thank you for this great article. Next week I am moving 50 miles from the area I have lived in for about 30 years. As we did the house walk-thru tonight, the reality of the move set in. My feet got a bit cold and I began second-guessing my decision, but I’m pushing through with a lot of support from the Hunter. It will be a big change, but I had thought it through and I will be fine. I just have to stick to my plan for work. Thanks again!

  6. I’m looking forward to the tranquility of this new area, having a garage again (LOL), a yard. When we did the walk-thru last night, the house revealed its age, so the house may only be a one-year rental, but that buys us time to learn the area and let me get accustomed to the change. Today I am excited again.

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