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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

The 5 Types of Apologies Cheaters Use

They’re been caught cheating. Or, they decided to come clean about the affair. Some of the first words out of their mouth are, “I’m sorry.“ You want desperately to believe those words, to believe that they feel true remorse for the pain they have caused you. Yet, past event shave also proven to you thatContinue reading “The 5 Types of Apologies Cheaters Use”

6 Powerful Ways to Create Your Own Closure After Divorce

I was seeking closure within hours of the unexpected text my husband sent informing me that he was leaving.¬†Feeling powerless at the lack of communication and information, I sat in front of the fire pit feeding photos, notes and letters into the hungry flames. I hoped that the ritual would help me find acceptance thatContinue reading “6 Powerful Ways to Create Your Own Closure After Divorce”

How to Accept the Apology You Never Received

In an ideal world, everyone that causes harm to another, either intentionally or unintentionally, would immediately offer up a genuine apology: accepting responsibility, acknowledging the pain, express empathy and remorse, immediately changing behavior and, if appropriate, making amends for the damage caused. But we know that rarely happens. And it never happens as quickly asContinue reading “How to Accept the Apology You Never Received”

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