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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

How to Remove the Emotion When Dealing With a Difficult Ex

Some people end up friends with their exes. Some people are able to successfully navigate their way into a companionate coparenting or business relationship with their spouse. And others have an ex from you-know-where that continues to cause pain and wreak havoc long after the divorce. Sometimes you can go no-contact and excise the malignancy.Continue reading “How to Remove the Emotion When Dealing With a Difficult Ex”

Six Compelling Signs It’s Time to Ask For Help

I’ve never liked to ask for help. Even as a toddler, I would improvise tools to reach light switches or fold up my blanket in order to avoid having to rely upon somebody else. Fast forward to adulthood, and my, “I got this” attitude only increased. At work, I would volunteer to take on allContinue reading “Six Compelling Signs It’s Time to Ask For Help”

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”

After Divorce: The Compelling Case for Detached Compassion

“My ex was such a big part of my life my so many years, I can’t imagine not being friends with them.” “After what my ex did to me, there’s no way that I can ever forgive them. I’m just so angry.” “I just heard that my ex is already dating again! Can you believeContinue reading “After Divorce: The Compelling Case for Detached Compassion”

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