The battles of divorce

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“We grow forward when the delights of growth and the anxieties of safety are greater than the anxieties of growth and the delights of safety.” ~ Abraham Maslow Growth and safety are usually at odds with each other. During the earliest stages of a midlife divorce we crave safety above all else. We worry we can’t

The battles of divorce 2018-01-10T18:10:43+00:00

Unpredictable hours

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Notice the little beautiful things all around you even on your most difficult divorce days. Choose to notice the blessings in the middle of the mess. They are always there. It’s our job to notice, especially now. “Normal day, let me be aware of the treasure you are. Let me

Unpredictable hours 2018-01-10T18:10:54+00:00

Why be unhappy? Seriously.

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None of us have time to waste being unhappy. We have to grieve. That’s a given; but eventually, we can choose happiness again … and usually, the sooner the better. “I don’t think we have time to waste being unhappy.” Helen in Everyday Sacred by Sue Bender The Helen quoted

Why be unhappy? Seriously. 2018-01-10T18:10:55+00:00

Friday before Valentine’s Day – Read this

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Love really just means doing good things for yourself and for others as often as you can. God honors that and the love you give always, always returns in one way or another. That’s a promise. Take it to the bank. “Love is never lost. If not reciprocated, it will

Friday before Valentine’s Day – Read this 2018-01-10T18:10:56+00:00

Divorce + Menopause

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Are you going through menopause and divorce? Use this opportunity to create your new best life! Fifty is the New Fifty by Suzanne Levine Yikes!  Add the craziness of divorce with the craziness of menopause and our friends and family might be tempted to take cover!  If you're experiencing divorce in midlife, you

Divorce + Menopause 2018-01-10T18:11:04+00:00

Enough is Enough

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Guest Blog:  The most important thing that has helped me heal from the pain of my divorce: knowing I am enough.  The hardest issue for me in my divorce was my feeling that my wasband chose not to work on our relationship but to leave me because I was not enough. That if I had been

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