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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

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

“A second marriage is the triumph of hope over experience.” Oscar Wilde “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 thingsContinue 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 aboutContinue reading “Lessons From an Adult Child of Divorce”

Run the Mile You’re In

One of the best pieces of advice I’ve ever received came from an experienced runner coaching me on my first (and only!) marathon: “Run the mile you’re in,” she said. “At each point in the course, you will be constantly aware of where you are and how far you still have to go. It canContinue reading “Run the Mile You’re In”

Ten Ways Your Divorce Makes You Better Than Before

I don’t think anyone ever responds to the childhood question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” with “Divorced.” Yet, for many of us, the end of a marriage does become part of our life story. I know I don’t have to point out the downsides of divorce to you; after all,Continue reading “Ten Ways Your Divorce Makes You Better Than Before”

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