Dreading Valentine’s Day?

Over on my Facebook page, I’ve been sharing plenty of Valentine’s Day snark. And it’s been well-received. Because, let’s face it, V Day can be like D Day for the recently divorced.

If you’re dreading a difficult or simply lonely night, pop on over to Twitter and join me and other divorce experts as we answer your questions and calm your fears (while other’s questions will also help to assure you that you’re not alone!).

#DFAMA from 8:00-9:00 PM EST

It’s a free place to go that evening for support and contact with kindred spirits. And you can join us in your pajamas from the comfort of your couch! Hope to “see” many of you there!

Thank you for sharing!

8 thoughts on “Dreading Valentine’s Day?

  1. watchmesurvive – I am a strong woman in my 50s going through the breakup of a long marriage, I never imagined I would be in. My age does not define me, who I become through this time will. I am in a journey of self discovery. When looking in the mirror I want to see the change in myself. The pain of this journey wont be in vain, I will transform into the woman, friend, mother, and lover I aspire to be. I am taking it a day at a time, and as I embrace a wholehearted life I am happy and grateful for this painful process because the rest of my days on this earth will be more fulfilled than I ever expected.
    watchmesurvive says:

    I booked an hour massage on Valentines day evening. It’s me time <3

      1. My ex used to tell people that he lost “X” amount of pounds without me when I wasn’t doing things with him. (Mainly motorcycle riding). Of course he always ended it with “just joking”. Scum bag. I wasn’t overweight then, nor am I now, but I sure do use that same “joke” when in company that appreciates my divorce humor.

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