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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

The Types of Friends You Need During Divorce

It is normal for your marriage to be at the center of your social life. You have a built-in activity partner. You share friends. The “plus one” is expected when you receive an invitation. And then the marriage dies. Your go-to is gone. The mutual friends may be divvied up like a bag of Skittles,Continue reading “The Types of Friends You Need During Divorce”

The Most Difficult Part of a Second Marriage

One of the most difficult aspects of a second marriage is not inviting your first spouse into the union. Not literally, unless you’re into that sort of thing and you have a California king filling your master bedroom, but emotionally. My ex-husband committed literal bigamy. I have been guilty in my new marriage of practicingContinue reading “The Most Difficult Part of a Second Marriage”

Are You Falling For the Sunk Cost Fallacy in Your Relationship?

I love learning about how our brains operate and how they often fool us. We tend to think of ourselves as rational creatures when the reality is often anything but. There are many fallacies that we fall prey to, but there is one in particular that plays a dominant role in relationships. The sunk costContinue reading “Are You Falling For the Sunk Cost Fallacy in Your Relationship?”

Love After Divorce: A Reflection on a Journey, Part 1

I was on Terri Trespicio’s radio show, How to Click?, last week. Her questions had me reflecting on the journey that has taken me from married to single to dating to engaged over the past few years. Yes, that’s right, I said engaged:) But, more on that later! I am always asked how I managedContinue reading “Love After Divorce: A Reflection on a Journey, Part 1”

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