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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

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”

A Tough Pill For a People-Pleaser to Swallow

I don’t like to disappoint people. I work to not be a bother to others and I like to be liked. On the surface, these might seem to be good qualities in a wife. I am conscientious and attentive and often put the needs of others above my own. But there’s a dark side toContinue reading “A Tough Pill For a People-Pleaser to Swallow”

A Guidebook to Handling Your Emotions

We don’t come with emotion-handling software already installed. As young children, we were pure, unrestrained emotion. Any disappointment resulted in a red and tear-stained face and joy over the smallest delight would result in spontaneous and unselfconscious giggles. And then, over the years, we received guidance on how to handle our emotions. Some of usContinue reading “A Guidebook to Handling Your Emotions”

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