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What To Do When You’re “Over It” But It Isn’t Over

6 Responses

  1. Mélissa Villella says:

    Dear Lisa,

    Thank you for your contributions to my healing. Today, more than 3 years after separation and almost 3 years after divorce, I can truly say it is time for me to unsubscribe from your blog. This is a good thing.

    Keeponkeepingon! You made a difference in my life with your writing, with having answered my emails to you and I thank you for that from the bottom of my heart and soul.

    I have even found enough strength to quit my principal job as of the end of the school year in order to move back to my condo more than two hours away from work when I did not get a transfer after three years of crazy back and forths, and I can envision a professional life that is different than the one I have known. Personally stronger, I can now finish my transition by changing my career.

    Much love always, toujours, sempre!

    Mélissa

    On Sun, May 21, 2017 at 06:02 Lessons From the End of a Marriage wrote:

    > stilllearning2b posted: “”Enough is enough!” my client exclaimed, her > frustration and determination both succinctly contained in those words. > It’s a reaction I think we can all relate to. Sometimes life feels like > we’re Indiana Jones trapped in that underground room with the wal” >

  2. JoAnna says:

    When something devastating happens, “why me?” can be a natural response. But we do need to be careful not to spend much time there. We need to find ourselves again and nurture the things that nurture us. Great suggestions!

  3. Le Divorcée says:

    Thank you for writing this. It gives some much needed perspective, I have been “over” my marriage for so long but the process of ending it, isn’t nearly over.

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