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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

Why I’m Not Anti-Divorce (Even Though I Hate It)

Divorce was the last thing I ever wanted in my first marriage. Yet, in hindsight, I wish that my husband had asked for a divorce. Because a divorce would have far easier – and more honest –  than what transpired.   If he had asked for a divorce, I would have been gutted. There isContinue reading “Why I’m Not Anti-Divorce (Even Though I Hate It)”

16 Things I Wish I Knew On the Day My Husband Left Me

The text read, “I’m sorry to be such a coward leaving you this way, but I’m leaving you and leaving the state.” My world collapsed. I did too. Here’s what I wish I could tell that woman folded on the floor, trying to process those words from her husband –   1 – You willContinue reading “16 Things I Wish I Knew On the Day My Husband Left Me”

How Could They Move On So Quickly?

My ex-husband certainly wasted no time. He didn’t even bother filing for divorce before he married his second (I’m assuming here; there could have been others) wife. Among all of the myriad thoughts that crashed around my mind in the aftermath of the discovery, one kept popping back up to the surface, “How could heContinue reading “How Could They Move On So Quickly?”

How I Recovered From Spousal Abandonment and Betrayal

Are you struggling with recovery from abandonment or betrayal? I wish there was a recipe for healing after the demise of a marriage – add these ingredients, sift out these elements, let the concoction rest for a specified period of time and then apply heat to set it in place. But divorce is not soContinue reading “How I Recovered From Spousal Abandonment and Betrayal”

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