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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

52 Things to Do When You’re Feeling Lonely

Feeling lonely sucks. The sense of being disconnected and unseen can pull us down as certainly as a lead weight affixed to our ankles. Loneliness isn’t always apparent to others. The person who lives and works alone may feel perfectly fulfilled while the married mother of three may be struggling with feelings of isolation. That’sContinue reading “52 Things to Do When You’re Feeling Lonely”

Life At the Intersection of Yesterday and Tomorrow

My new book is now available on Amazon!   I’m really excited about this one! As my mom recently said, “I feel like all of the writing you’ve been doing the past several years was for this purpose.” And I have to agree.   Here is the introduction: Life is meant to be lived in theContinue reading “Life At the Intersection of Yesterday and Tomorrow”

Guest Post: The Healing Gift of a Dog’s Love

by Meagan Hanley Depression is a very real and debilitating illness. It can come and go, reappearing out of the blue, even when the sun is out and birds are chirping. The condition can be genetic, or situational, or both. For me, it was the culmination of too many stressors that came all at once knockingContinue reading “Guest Post: The Healing Gift of a Dog’s Love”

How Yoga Can Help You Through Divorce

I rarely give the advice that people should do a certain thing. After all, we are all different with unique needs and situations. But today I’m making an exception. Because this one thing is really that transformative. If you give it a chance. Before I explain all of the reasons why yoga will improve your life,Continue reading “How Yoga Can Help You Through Divorce”

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