Embracing drastic change after divorce can lead to great joy. From a millionaire to a ski pro, a tale of exchanging wealth for peace.
Some days I don't feel like I've come very far, but then there are days where I fly high and I wrote myself a letter as a reminder.
Guilt is a peculiar culprit. Guilt eats at my core, feeds my waistline and keeps me up at night. Tackling guilt isn't easy, but divorce helped me.
Going through your things after divorce can be difficult. Go looking for strength, peace and the love that exists in your things instead of painful memories.
Have you seen the movie How to Be Single? Here are five quotes from the movie that I am certain every single woman can relate to.
So many of us say I wish I would have known then what I know now. Would sunrises and rocks change my marriage? Not sure, but I'm glad I finally know now.
There were several mental steps I had to take to ready myself for divorce. Before the physical act of living came the mental act of preparing.
Live so you don't have regrets later in life. That's a harder to put into practice when the reality of life gets you down. It isn't impossible, though!
Post-divorce is the perfect time to start learning new things about yourself and using those things in a positive manner.
I had many doubts and fears when I initially left my husband. Over one year later, I now celebrate four valuable lessons that I learned from leaving.
I sometimes dream about that life I didn't live, the one with no husband, no children, living abroad near my British relatives and breaking all ties.
Singleness is not a label but a lifestyle. It is when we embrace it while forgiving the past we learn to love again.
How we often forget that our experiences are not necessarily meant for us but designed to inspire and create energy within others.
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