Susan attended my divorce recovery class 5 years ago. She contacted me again recently because her Ex was getting re-married.
Life is such a mixed bag. As Forrest Gump’s mother would say, “You never know what you’re going to get.” Life provides endless opportunities to choose
I have been (purposely) media deprived for years now. It’s just too depressing. Lately, despite my best efforts to keep it at bay the world has been closing in around me through the chatter of people I care about – colleagues
All of us have a degree of sensitivity. It is part of what makes us human. We ‘feel’ the world around us.
I am endeavoring to reincorporate some lost, or banished, parts of myself from long ago. They want to come back. I don't recognize them. I'm not sure I welcome them.
When it comes to writing this newsletter I pay close attention to what is going on in my own life to see if it might be useful to you.
When it comes to getting through divorce or other significant life transition the ability to choose is your greatest asset.
I've had a number of conversations recently with people who are aware that life as we have known it is changing.
There is a lot going on in the world right now. Every conversation I have, or even overhear, people are asking big questions.
Fear during divorce can extreme for it is fear upon fear. It is like a ghost that lurks about, jumping in from dark corners, pulling the rug out from under you when you least expect it.