The Secret to Finding Yourself I was in turmoil for nearly two decades. I was “in it” so long I’d come to think of turmoil as normal life. What I didn’t realize is how lost in the weeds I’d been until
Three Tools for Change When it is time to “uplevel” I recognize that I need a lot of support—a team if you will. My team is one of my tools for change. I seek body workers, certain types of
Divorce is hard, yes? Ask anyone who has been through it. It’s harder for some than others. I have observed divorce being most difficult for people in two specific life circumstances. One is the empty nest. The Empty Nest
Relationship Skills I Wish I’d Had We typically learn a lot about ourselves, and others, when we divorce. Things that went right, things that went wrong. Things we would do differently next time. From time to time, clients will
ANNOUNCEMENTS: News from Beyond Divorce. Starting mid-January Step Two of the Beyond Divorce program. Check it out. Link to your right. Jeannine is on the radio this Friday at 11:30 a.m. Check out that link at the right, too. Date Consciously coaching group STARTING IN JANUARY. There's a link for...
If we're happy, we want the other person to share in the happiness with us. If we don't get the response we want we'll either move on to the next person to get that response we are seeking, or give up entirely, stuffing away our need for connection... When...
When it is time to write these newsletters there is usually at least one thing happening in my life that I believe would also be pertinent to you that I’d like to write about. My choice is not
Looking for help? The Best Way You Can is “Ask for Help” A recent graduate of our Divorce Recovery and Empowerment program, recently sent me an article. Even though it was about job hunting, it was so closely tied to
Don Henley says it took him 48 years to write and 5 minutes to sing. Anyone who has experienced relationship loss will be able to identify with this song. Here is the chorus. I’m learning to live without you now
STAGES OF A DIVORCED FATHER’S LIFE (from The Divorced Dad’s Survival Book) Stage 1: Ambivalence Over the Divorce The immediate changes in your life may lead you to ask whether you have done the right thing. Going to sleep and