“By acknowledging other people, if only to fight with them, you open yourself to their influence.” ~ Green and Efflers in The 48 Laws of Power The dance of anger that we get caught up in when we are going through a midlife divorce would never win any prizes on "Dancing with the Stars." One
This seemed a good message for this Easter Weekend. This blog is also one of those messages that come your way if you have the Divorce Survival Kit or if you have the MasterPlan. I think it's a good one to repeat again. Goodness Rules "It is easy to believe in goodness when good things
"It does not do to leave a live dragon out of your calculations, if you live near him." Bilbo Baggins in The Hobbit I've told you before, I love the book by Tolkien, The Hobbit. It is the perfect sory of good verses evil, of perseverance in the face of difficulty, of staying the course
The miracles that happen in your life after divorce are sometimes slow in coming. Some years, spring takes longer to show up. Most of us are still digging around in the dirt of divorce, and finding anything good in the middle of that, seems unlikely. But believe me, good things are coming. Here's what Margaret
“‘Then the prophecies of the old songs have turned out to be true …!’ said Bilbo. ‘Of course,’ said Gandalf. ‘…You don’t really suppose, do you that all of your adventures and escapes were managed by pure luck, just for your sole benefit?'” J.R.R. Tolkien in The Hobbit I know I’ve written about The
My mom and dad both were known for shining their lights in so many ways. Others are shining theirs after horrifying experiences. Surely I can shine mine after my divorce. How could I not? "We have spent enough time in the heart of darkness, now we are headed for the heart of light."
Getting to the good side of a difficult situation often takes bravery, hard work, discomfort and pain. Your other option is sitting on the bank crying and wishing you could enjoy the prize on the other side but not being willing to do what it takes to get there.