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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

How Could They Move On So Quickly?

My ex-husband certainly wasted no time. He didn’t even bother filing for divorce before he married his second (I’m assuming here; there could have been others) wife. Among all of the myriad thoughts that crashed around my mind in the aftermath of the discovery, one kept popping back up to the surface, “How could heContinue reading “How Could They Move On So Quickly?”

Moments of Vulnerability After Divorce

There are things about divorce that nobody tells you ahead of time. This is one of them. Before my tsunami divorce, I felt like a capable adult. After? There were moments where I felt like a complete badass. And moments where I felt like a weak and vulnerable child. Those feelings of vulnerability have aContinue reading “Moments of Vulnerability After Divorce”

The Best Way to Get Over Someone?

It’s common advice –   The best way to get over someone is to get under someone else.    And in many ways, this suggestion makes sense. After all, what better way to remind yourself that the one you lost is not the only one than to sample what is available? At the same time,Continue reading “The Best Way to Get Over Someone?”

6 Ways to Reaffirm Yourself That Don’t Involve Dating

There are the good reasons to reenter the dating scene after divorce – you’re happy with your life and you’re looking for someone to share it with, you’ve gained wisdom from healing and you’re ready to put those lessons into action, after reflection and hard work you’re better in touch with want you want outContinue reading “6 Ways to Reaffirm Yourself That Don’t Involve Dating”

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