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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

Give Yourself Permission

We are often our own harshest critics. We berate ourselves for the same things we respond with compassion to in others. Instead of doing the best we can, we often “should” ourselves into shame and paralysis.   So for today, practice being as kind to yourself as you are to others. For today, give yourselfContinue reading “Give Yourself Permission”

7 Reasons to Cross a Finish Line During Your Divorce

Divorce is often a long process. Apart from assembling the required documentation, writing checks to your attorney and making the requisite trips to IKEA (where you fight with college kids over the practical and value-minded inventory), you end up spending a lot of that time simply waiting. Waiting for your divorce to be final. WaitingContinue reading “7 Reasons to Cross a Finish Line During Your Divorce”

How to Control Your Divorce

While I was in the midst of my own divorce, I was convinced that my soon-to-be ex husband was my biggest enemy. I was wrong. In fact, in many ways I was my own worst enemy. I allowed myself to become consumed with things that were outside of my control. I grew increasingly frustrated with theContinue reading “How to Control Your Divorce”

Facing Divorce? How to Build the Support System You Need

We accept that people need help at the beginning and at the end of life. Divorce is the end of one life and the beginning of another. You will need help. Here’s how to get it –   Friends and Family   These are probably the first people you will turn to. And with goodContinue reading “Facing Divorce? How to Build the Support System You Need”

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