I’m a sucker for science so when I saw this article by Lifehacker – The Science Behind Why Breakups Suck (and What You Can do About It), I read it with great interest. I’m especially interested in their description of the physical response to rejection stimulated by the parasympathetic nervous system, as this relates toContinue reading “I’m a Sucker for Science”
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Breakup Advice You Haven’t Heard
Whether it be a brief dalliance or a decades-long marriage, there is no shortage of advice on how to survive a breakup. Much of the advice is sound and can help provide hope and perspective as you face heartbreak. However, when you are facing the intense pain and loneliness of the end of a relationship,Continue reading “Breakup Advice You Haven’t Heard”
Rebooting: Are You in Safe Mode?
Divorce is a major reboot of your life. Control-Alt-Del of all that is familiar. The process can vary, some may have time to save and safely exit their open files. For others, applications are subdued with repeated clicks of the “force quit” button. Divorce causes damage to the system, errors and gaps. For most ofContinue reading “Rebooting: Are You in Safe Mode?”
From Victim to Victory
If you missed my interview with Debbi Dickinson last week, you can find the mp3 here. I talk about strategies to move out of victimhood and take charge of your own life. Enjoy:)