One of my husband’s “ah-ha” moments came in his early adulthood when he caught a snippet of an Oprah show. The guests that day were two brothers who had endured horrific abuse during their childhoods. One became the epitome of success, applying discipline and intentional effort to all areas of his life, which resulted inContinue reading “Post Traumatic Growth”
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Five Steps to Making a Difficult Decision
I was twenty-two years old, newly married, a full-time student and a homeowner when my then-husband was laid off from his job. My part-time front desk job and four-year plan to secure a masters degree in physical therapy were suddenly no longer viable options. I needed to act and I needed to do it quickly.Continue reading “Five Steps to Making a Difficult Decision”
Is Divorce Your Only Option?
When I first read this piece by Matt on why he declined to participate in Huffington Post’s collection on when divorce is the only option, my knee-jerk response was that sometimes divorce is the only option. When I filed for divorce, my husband was MIA, married to another woman and still actively funneling my creditContinue reading “Is Divorce Your Only Option?”