As women, many of us envision married life as having the white picket fence, 2.5 kids, Prince charming by your side, but get something entirely different.
As 2016 comes to a close many of us take time to reflect on the current year and some of us make New Year’s resolutions for the next year.
Therapy has been a wonderful addition to my healing and growth, but there comes a time when you must say goodbye. Today was that day for me.
This is a dedication to my amazing tribe. The women who have been there for me almost my entire life.
What can we do as women when our life seems unbearable and we're sick and tired of being the strong one?
I want a part time, monogamous boyfriend. To me, this sounds like the ideal situation. All the fun without a lot of the work.
I knew that once my divorce became final that a celebration must be in order. Thank God that celebration came not too long after our separation.
How long will it take me before I can control what comes out of my mouth or what gets sent via text to my ex?
Before going through my divorce, I knew one absolute truth and that was we will all die. There’s no way to escape that.
I’ve come to a realization that I am a rarity within my female gender. I don’t feel like I need a relationship, a man, a warm body to “complete” me.
When I was in Jr. High many years ago, my friend and I made up a little acronym and it still holds true today.
Yes, I was a ho-bag right after my separation. And I don't regret one bit of it. I was able to feel needed and wanted, which I needed at the time.
I know it takes a long time to heal from a tramatic divorce. But why must we endure so many ups and downs before we can get to a place of true closure
Death, divorce and holiday hatred is what I feel as soon as December hits. Tell me it will get better?