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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

After Divorce: What Are You Grieving?

Divorce is a type of death. The end of the life you had and the life you expected. And as with any death, grief follows closely behind. After divorce, which of these are you grieving?   Grieving the Person You Thought They Were For some of us, divorce is preceded by a revelation that ourContinue reading “After Divorce: What Are You Grieving?”

Gratitude Without the Bullsh*t

Gratitude. It’s become quite the buzzword, hasn’t it. It’s right up there with kale and yoga in the perpetual quest for wellness and happiness. We are told we should buy gratitude journals or download the latest app that will send us reminders that we should be grateful. Ads pop into our feeds with t-shirts emblazonedContinue reading “Gratitude Without the Bullsh*t”

Five Healthy Ways to Fill the Void After Divorce (And What to Look Out For!)

From the chilled and vacant bed to the endless evening hours to the loss of a trusted confidant, the void left in your life after divorce can be both vast and agonizing. The emptiness begs to be filled, the cracks call for smoothing over and you try to distract yourself from staring too long atContinue reading “Five Healthy Ways to Fill the Void After Divorce (And What to Look Out For!)”

When Gratitude is Your Wrapping Paper

When gratitude is your wrapping paper, everything is a gift.   If someone had told me ten years ago that I would ever be grateful for my tsunami divorce, I would have thought they were ignorant. Or cruel. Or, at the very least, utterly clueless and insensitive.   But, you what?   They would haveContinue reading “When Gratitude is Your Wrapping Paper”

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