7 Reasons to Cross a Finish Line During Your Divorce

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  1. This is so true!!

  2. Strong says:

    Glad that you ran (no pun intended) this post again. Timely advice then. Timely advice now. It’s a keeper. Thank-you.

    • stilllearning2b says:

      🙂 Thanks! Since DivorceForce shut down, I’ve had to reclaim and repost all of the pieces I wrote for them. It’s been a fun trek through memory lane!

  3. Just what I needed to know..I’m at the start of a divorce that should have happened years ago. In January my husband started the process with starting the separation agreement but then let it die. So now I’m going to pick it back up and carry it to the finish because he won’t. I just want it done so that we can both move on. I don’t want to be in limbo anymore. You can’t “Affair Proof” your’s a choice your partner makes whether to respect you or not and it’s really just sad when they choose to not respect you.

    • stilllearning2b says:

      “Affair proof”- how I despise that phrase! It’s patently untrue. You can certainly make choices that increase or decrease the chances of an affair, but you can never be assured that it’s an impossibility.

      Limbo is tough. I except you’ll feel some relief once it’s done.

      You got this!

      • I hope’s a scary process.

        • stilllearning2b says:

          Terrifying. It’s so hard to take that leap of faith- letting go of what we know. We become comfortable, even when we know it’s not the right thing for us.

          • I tried to stay and make things work but all the relationship work was being done on my part but now that I’ve finally decided this isn’t where I should be I’m the one tearing out family apart. I know this isn’t true he did all the damage and there was no coming back from it.

            • stilllearning2b says:

              Look at the part in italics about the bicycle -

  4. Thank-you! I think I’ve been riding a unicycle for quite some time..a little shakily but managing. ❤️

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