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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

Hamstrung

I have runner’s legs. That’s not necessarily a good thing. My hamstrings, hips and IT bands are perpetually tight, pulled taut from a combination of balled muscle and stuck fascia. Not only does it hinder my ability to touch my toes, it also leads to biomechanical issues and pain, especially as I get older. PriorContinue reading “Hamstrung”

Flight, Fight or Breathe

Our bodies lie to us. They send out hormones announcing an imminent threat to our well being when we take the podium or when we get into an argument with a loved one. Our heart rate increases at the thought of taking a test and our immune system is compromised because of a noisy environment.Continue reading “Flight, Fight or Breathe”

There’s No Shame in Asking for Help

I have always been very independent.  As a very young (and short) child, I would use household objects as tool in order to reach the light switches so that I would not have to depend upon anyone else.  Overall, I believe that this trait has served me well.  Until I got divorced, that is.  ThoseContinue reading “There’s No Shame in Asking for Help”

There’s No Shame in Asking for Help

I have always been very independent.  As a very young (and short) child, I would use household objects as tool in order to reach the light switches so that I would not have to depend upon anyone else.  Overall, I believe that this trait has served me well.  Until I got divorced, that is.  ThoseContinue reading “There’s No Shame in Asking for Help”

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