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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

The Increased Urge to Check Up on Your Ex During Times of Crisis

I’ve had several people reach out to me recently stating that they’re struggling to stay away from contacting or virtually checking up on their ex. It makes sense. After all, when are we most tempted to reach out to the person that once was a source of comfort and stability? When we’re lonely, anxious orContinue reading “The Increased Urge to Check Up on Your Ex During Times of Crisis”

Thoughts From the Edge of a Pandemic

It’s a strange time right now, isn’t it? The entire globe is facing an imminent threat, the first since technology has us so connected and plugged in all the time. It’s a pressure cooker for human behavior, amplifying our usual responses and coping mechanisms. As of this moment, we don’t know what is overreaction andContinue reading “Thoughts From the Edge of a Pandemic”

Why It’s Time to Stop Googling Your Ex!

I am a recovering Google addict. For eight months, typing the names of my ex or his other wife into that tempting little search bar was my drug of choice.   I was Googling my ex, but what I really wanted to find was respite from the pain.    Of course, what I was hopingContinue reading “Why It’s Time to Stop Googling Your Ex!”

9 Ways Comparison Steals Your Joy (And How to Take It Back)

Comparison. We all do it. We see our friends’ vacation pictures on Facebook and suddenly feel worse about our own travels. Instead of celebrating our promotion, we focus on how we still don’t make as much as the guy down the street. We enjoy our home renovation until we enter a more upscale home, atContinue reading “9 Ways Comparison Steals Your Joy (And How to Take It Back)”

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