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Christian Divorce

  • Revenge Is Ineffective

The Ineffectiveness Of Revenge After Divorce

November 25th, 2016|Comments Off on The Ineffectiveness Of Revenge After Divorce

"I was really upset. I was staying up all night drinking white wine, crying, and watching those stupid infomercials on TV. Then I got an idea to start ordering whatever I saw on TV and sending it to Gary. I sent him all kinds of [...]

  • Security After Divorce

Finding Security After Divorce

November 18th, 2016|Comments Off on Finding Security After Divorce

"As with language, so with life: less is often more. The quality of life is marked by what you can do without and still do well. The best things in life aren't things. Simplify. Thoreau subscribed to this line of thinking. So did Buddha, Lao-tzu, [...]

  • Plan After Divorce

What Is Your Plan After Divorce?

November 13th, 2016|Comments Off on What Is Your Plan After Divorce?

“Many of us go through life with only a fuzzy sense of where we are going.” ~ Jeffrey Young, PhD and Janet Klosko, PhD, Reinventing your Life: How to Break Free from Negative Life Patterns When The Unexpected Strikes Where are you going? What’s your plan [...]

Coping With Divorce

  • The Little Things

The Little Things

December 5th, 2016|0 Comments

Divorce is filled with big changes. Huge adjustments. Countless challenges. When we're coping with divorce, it seems that every time we turn around, we are faced with some gigantic upheaval in our day-to-day life. Every day is a challenge to keep our balance without falling into the pit of despair. [...]

  • Leaving The Battlefield

Leaving The Battlefield Of Divorce

December 1st, 2016|Comments Off on Leaving The Battlefield Of Divorce

"When you find yourself in a useless battle, walk off the battlefield." ~ Hugh Prather, The Little Book of Letting Go His Mind Was Made Up Hugh's comment above is very helpful. I know during my midlife divorce struggle, I fought so many unnecessary battles. I [...]

  • Growing Younger

Growing Younger

November 27th, 2016|Comments Off on Growing Younger

"There is a fountain of youth. It is your mind, your talents, the creativity you bring in your life and the lives of people you love."  ~ Sophia Loren On rare occasions, I think about getting old. Every so often, I look at myself in [...]

Children And Divorce

  • Becoming A Better Parent After Divorce

Tips For Becoming A Better Parent During Divorce

September 22nd, 2016|0 Comments

Get Active! Without a doubt, one of the most transformative ways to get through your divorce and be a more effective parent is to become an active person. During my Mom's recovery period after the divorce, I could always tell the days when she missed a workout. [...]

  • Make Life Easier For Your Children During Divorce

3 Simple Ways To Make Life Easier For Your Children During Divorce

September 15th, 2016|0 Comments

Although divorce is a challenge for everyone involved, there are many ways you can make the transition easier for your children. In general, children are adaptable and will adjust to the new situation, but even the most resilient people can become overwhelmed when too much [...]

  • Loyalty Conflict For Your Children

Are You Creating Loyalty Conflicts For Your Children After Divorce?

September 7th, 2016|1 Comment

At its core, a loyalty conflict occurs when two parties expect a third party to side with them over the other because they either disagree or don't like each other. Vying for their child(ren)'s loyalty may be one of the most prevalent challenges for parents during a divorce. Considering [...]

Women on the Divorce Recovery Journey

“Even though you don’t know me personally, I just want to say you literally saved my life. I feel as if you are beside me encouraging me every day. The emotions, information you write and the Boot camp CD have made my new unexpected life easier. Your support is priceless. Somehow it is comforting knowing that someone else is walking in my shoes.
I thank God and you for being there for me.”
Pamela H., Huntsville, AL
“Thank you so much for your website & book. I discovered you by “accident”, although I know that God was guiding me to your site. I was searching for help. … the pain, rejection, deception and coldness is hard to bear. Some evenings, before I go to sleep it is so good to see your smiling face on your website. It gives me hope that someday it won’t hurt this acutely. You truly are a blessing to others. Thank you for your daily thoughts, honesty, and encouragement.
Lisa G., Tiger Eastmoor