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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

Trying to Think in a Time of Stress

I wrote a blog post over the weekend. Then, after it was published, I went back and reread it. And I noticed something startling. In half a dozen cases, I left out whole words. Not typos. Not the wrong word. Or even a missing letter. Simply no word at all. And that’s not the allContinue reading “Trying to Think in a Time of Stress”

Twenty Tiny Tweaks to Help You Through Divorce

Divorce is completely overwhelming. It tasks you with legal proceedings, life restructuring and relationship renegotiation all while you’re just trying not to drown in your own tears. Some days, getting through it all feels impossible.  Luckily, there are some small adjustments that you can make that have influence beyond the investment of time and energyContinue reading “Twenty Tiny Tweaks to Help You Through Divorce”

Is It Time For You To Quit One Of These Self-Appointed Jobs After Divorce?

Prior to divorce, one of your predominate life roles is that of “husband” or “wife.” And once that position is pulled from you, it leaves a job opening that is often filled with a self-appointed role that ultimately causes more harm than good. Is it time for you to quit one (or more) of theseContinue reading “Is It Time For You To Quit One Of These Self-Appointed Jobs After Divorce?”

Strategies to Override Negative Thoughts After Divorce

It is completely normal to be plagued with negative thoughts during and after divorce. It’s a challenging time where you’re facing loss and uncertainty and your prior coping strategies may not be quite up to the task. Here are some actionable strategies that you can employ if you’re struggling with any of these common negativeContinue reading “Strategies to Override Negative Thoughts After Divorce”

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