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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

Let’s Be Friends

I hear it often – “After my divorce, I lost so many friends. The couples I knew no longer invited me to join them. It’s like they thought they could only socialize with other couples.” And that’s sad. Not only for the single person, but also for the couples. Because both have quite a bitContinue reading “Let’s Be Friends”

Guest Post: The Best Relationship You’ll Ever Have

By Adriana Verdad   You Should Date Yourself After failed attempts at dating, and developing feelings for someone who had none for me, I decided I really should try dating myself. Yes, I’d read about it, multiple times, on the internet, in your typical articles geared towards single women. Honestly, at first I thought it soundedContinue reading “Guest Post: The Best Relationship You’ll Ever Have”

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!)”

Marriage and the Fear of Missing Out

Do you have a fear of missing out on life if you commit to marriage? You’re not alone. In some ways, I skipped my twenties. Most teenagers were rapid cycling through partners, trying on and discarding potential pairings like jeans in a dressing room. I had been committed to my then-boyfriend since the age ofContinue reading “Marriage and the Fear of Missing Out”

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