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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

Don’t Just Survive. Thrive.

Days after my tsunami divorce, my mom turned to me and told me I would survive. I actually got angry and responded rather strongly, “No, I will not survive. I will thrive. To do anything less is to remain his victim.”   I saw surviving as the bare minimum; the mere intake of breath andContinue reading “Don’t Just Survive. Thrive.”

Therapy in the Writing Process

Journaling has long been accepted as a useful tool in the therapeutic process. Traditional journaling can certainly provide benefits. It is a “safe” space to explore powerful feelings. It encourages reflection and honesty and can lead the writer to a better understanding of him or herself. I believe that journaling can be even more beneficial,Continue reading “Therapy in the Writing Process”

From Victim to Victory

If you missed my interview with Debbi Dickinson last week, you can find the mp3 here.  I talk about strategies to move out of victimhood and take charge of your own life.  Enjoy:)

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