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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

The Nature of Change

“Why can’t you fly?” the caterpillar’s partner screams at them. The caterpillar is confused. After all, their partner knew they couldn’t fly from the very beginning of the relationship. “Did you see Kelly’s wings? They’re so strong and beautiful. I wish you had wings like that,” the partner mentions to the caterpillar. The caterpillar curlsContinue reading “The Nature of Change”

Why We Feel the Need to Fix Things

“I am so frustrated at work right now,” a woman vents to her husband. “My team just doesn’t pay attention to deadlines and it keeps impacting my work.” “Why don’t you set up a shared calendar with your team to coordinate deadlines?” the husband suggests, as it seems like an easy and obvious fix toContinue reading “Why We Feel the Need to Fix Things”

Exercises in Vulnerability

After divorce, we often enter a protective state, curled inward and walled off to the outside world. And without practice, we soon forget the critical skill of being able to be fully seen by another. And so that which was advantageous at first, eventually becomes limiting as new relationships cannot fully form when you areContinue reading “Exercises in Vulnerability”

Top Ten Posts of 2019

1 – 7 Reasons Your Ex Getting Married is the Worst (And 7 Reasons it’s Not) This has been a leader for a few years now. I think people are caught off guard with the intensity of their reaction when they learn that their ex is getting married and they turn to Google to validateContinue reading “Top Ten Posts of 2019”

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