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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

Amuse Bouche

I am not a foodie. I thought about it for a time when I dated a guy that knew how to create an amazing meal from the most random ingredients, but it didn’t really stick. Let’s face it, when I’m hungry, I eat. That doesn’t leave much room for artful concoctions or presentations as IContinue reading “Amuse Bouche”

Guilty Pleasures

Have you ever noticed that children do not understand the concept of a guilty pleasure? Sunday afternoon found me in the bath tub after the completion of a daunting to-do list. I decided to do this bath right – I had the window open to listen to the rain, a glass of wine and aContinue reading “Guilty Pleasures”

Nourishment

In my former life, I viewed eating as a purely functional act.  I was not concerned with the quality of food that entered my mouth, as long as it contained the proper macronutrients at the proper time. For almost ten years, my lunch consisted of a premixed protein shake because it was high in protein,Continue reading “Nourishment”

Attitude

I’m often complemented on my positive attitude about everything that happened to me. It hasn’t always been that way. I was angry. Furious that the person I trusted most in this world betrayed me in the most horrific ways, causing me to lose everything I held sacred. I cursed him. I dreamed violent dreams. IContinue reading “Attitude”

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