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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

“I Want You” vs. “I Need You”

There’s nothing sexy about being needed. I feel it after a long day at work after hundreds of children have made their demands, becoming more task-monitor and cognition-manager than woman. Mothers describe feeling like little more than a milk-generating machine during those months when breastfeeding may be a constant. Bread-winners may start to feel moreContinue reading ““I Want You” vs. “I Need You””

What I Like About Love

Love is one of the first concepts a child understands yet it also is an idea that takes us a lifetime to master. As we have more experiences with love in all forms, we expand our definition to encompass its many forms. We realize that it has no limits, no file storage maximum. We discoverContinue reading “What I Like About Love”

I Have a Crush

I first caught a glimpse of him online last night. The description was brief, but the pictures drew me in instantly. I was hooked. I dreamed of him last night, imaging the future we could have together. Picturing our lives intertwined. When I awoke this morning, he was still on my mind, even though IContinue reading “I Have a Crush”

Finding Love Again

When we are young and our hearts are relatively intact, love seems to be an easy endeavor. Potential partners are everywhere and the possibilities seem endless. As we get older (or, as I prefer to think of it, wiser), love no longer seems so simple. We are more aware of the pitfalls and are moreContinue reading “Finding Love Again”

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