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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

Learning to Trust Again: How to Deal With the Triggers

“Will I ever learn to trust again?” I implored of my dad after receiving the surprise text that my husband had left the marriage and left the state. At that point, I was concerned about learning to trust somebody else after being the victim of horrendous gaslighting and betrayal. It was only months later thatContinue reading “Learning to Trust Again: How to Deal With the Triggers”

Five Vows to Make With Yourself After Divorce

When I received the unexpected text that ended my marriage, I collapsed along with my entire world. In those moments, I had no answers, no solutions and little hope. I felt gutted, a dry husk discarded after the honeyed insides have been consumed. And then, while my body still remained a quivering mass upon theContinue reading “Five Vows to Make With Yourself After Divorce”

The Five Kinds of People You Need in Your Life During Divorce

Divorce is an all-hands-on-deck proposition. These are the five types of people you need to make sure you have in your life during divorce: The Never-Married Strangely enough, you may find that your single friends are the best equipped to sit with you through the even the most brutal emotions. That’s because your divorce canContinue reading “The Five Kinds of People You Need in Your Life During Divorce”

How to Stop Feeling Sorry For Yourself (and Start Feeling Better) After Divorce

Do you relate to any of these feelings after divorce? “It’s not fair that my family has been torn apart!” “This sucks! I hate having to start over at this stage of my life.” “My ex seems to be doing just fine. Why am I having such a hard time of this?” “Nobody else getsContinue reading “How to Stop Feeling Sorry For Yourself (and Start Feeling Better) After Divorce”

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