I really enjoyed doing this interview. Susanne asked some great questions that led me to talk about parts of my story that I rarely reflect on. Additionally, I also give some advice for people who are facing a tsunami divorce.
We stood in front of the security line of the Atlanta airport. I felt so loved, so safe in the familiar space created between his chest and his arms, listening to his heart beat through his shirt. I teared up a little as I turned away, already missing my husband of sixteen years as soonContinue reading “Who Is This Person? Coming to Terms With Your Ex’s Sudden Coldness”
I’ve never felt so powerless. I had no money because he had taken it all. I had no voice because he left with a text and refused any contact. I had no information because he had taken important files and changed account passwords. I felt like he called all the shots and I was leftContinue reading “6 Encouraging Ways to Take Back Your Power After an Unwanted Divorce”
As I was slicing up a head of red cabbage this past weekend, I had a sudden craving for cabbage slaw. And not just any slaw, but the one my former mother in law used to make (and I used to devour). Which made me realize that there were certain things I would have doneContinue reading “6 Things I Would Have Done If I Had Known Divorce Was Coming”