Based on a Facebook discussion I saw last week I’ve put together a list of some of the things no one tells you about divorce.
I’m sad sometimes about the amount of time I have lost of my kids’ childhoods. I long some days for them to be 5 and 7 again and be loving, cuddling little beings. But they are teenagers heading back to high school. I find myself getting depressed as school starts back up for my children.
Breakups suck. But they can be the road to a more powerful, more authentic you.
If you recognize any of these 10 signs, you’re doing better than you think. You’ve got this.
Don’t isolate yourself by hiding in your crappy apartment.
Show your friends, family, co-workers – and even your ex – that you are resilient and are truly on your way to healing from the loss of your marriage by keeping the details of your divorce to yourself.
Even if your divorce is tearing you apart, you can come out of it whole.
Steve Horsmon offers support for husbands who feel their marriage is slipping through their hands
Years of marital discord will wear anyone down. This is how you stand back up.
My well-to-do middle class ex-wife and my two healthy and happy kids live in one of the best neighborhoods in one of the best cities in the country and go to the best public school available. There is nothing my kids have missed out on for lack of money.
Megan Hunter breaks down what can, and cannot, be done to save “complicated relationships.”
You’ll find great power when you commit to resting in the unfolding and unknown moments accompanying a divorce, or breakup, that once you tap into, will begin your healing.
“Its harsh grit has left you polished. Its demands have made you grow. And the pain has left its mark.”