Divorce for the Highly Sensitive Person Everyone has a degree of sensitivity. It is part of what makes us human. We ‘feel’ the world around us. Some of us feel it more than others. To some the world is stimulating and exciting.
Inauguration Brings Change Today is a changing day in America Today is Inauguration Day 2017. U.S. citizens have been clamoring for change for decades. Today that wish comes true. Donald Trump, a man determined to make big changes, becomes our
The 3 Phases of an Upheaval Everything in life has some version of beginning, middle, and end. Upheavals do too. Understanding the 3 phases of an upheaval is helpful so you can know how near you are to relief from the
Life is FOR Your Good! Even though Life seems to be against us at times, it really isn’t. It’s just that we come into our good in a round about way sometimes it’s hard to recognize it. I’ve proven this to myself
The Metaphor of Moving I am in the middle of moving again. This is move number 42 as far as I can recall. This is my fifth residence in two years, and my 14th move in the
Giving Things Away What’s up with “stuff?” I’ve had it up to my eyeballs with stuff lately. All last weekend I processed my late father’s belongings so my 85-year old mother doesn’t have to (and there was A
I just witnessed the failure of a collaborative divorce case for the first time. It is disheartening. They will now be going to court with their own lawyer.
Tears - What Do Yours Look Like I was recently introduced to the work of Rose Lynn Fisher who studies, and photographs, tears. I found it fascinating
Dumped and Feeling Abandoned In a previous post I mentioned two types of folks who have the most difficulty getting through divorce. The first type is mothers (and sometimes fathers) facing the empty nest. The second, which is the
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