4 Lessons From 4 Years of (Re) Marriage

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How to Learn When the Test Comes Before the Lesson

I love the quote about life being a cruel teacher, administering the test before the lesson (which I believe is from Oscar Wilde originally and is now being attributed to Drake??). And it's true, isn't it? We're presented with challenges that we don't yet have the tools to overcome. We face situations with which we … Continue reading How to Learn When the Test Comes Before the Lesson

7 Things I DIDN’T Learn in Kindergarten

Supposedly, we learned all that we needed to know in kindergarten. Apparently, I should have been held back. Here are 7 lessons I didn't master until later: You Don't Always Have to Say You're Sorry "Tell her you're sorry," the teacher admonished my classmate when I became upset, assuming that the boy next to me … Continue reading 7 Things I DIDN’T Learn in Kindergarten

I’m Determined to Make Marriage Work: Valuable Lessons From Divorce

"This is it, though." I said to my then-boyfriend when he brought up the idea of marriage. "I want to be married again but this is it. I'm not going through another divorce." And with that vow, I decided to do some things differently in my second marriage. Because even though there is no such … Continue reading I’m Determined to Make Marriage Work: Valuable Lessons From Divorce

Lessons From an Adult Child of Divorce

I love serendipity. And, at least today, it must love me back. Just as I was feeling completely overwhelmed with updating the blog, I received an email from Liz with a request to send a guest post. Once she told me the topic, I was sold. There is no shortage of information and discussion about … Continue reading Lessons From an Adult Child of Divorce