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
5 Keys for Letting Go Letting go of the memories of your divorce is imperative if you want to create a happier life going forward and yet, we so
Easter as Metaphor Spring in the natural world, which is often heralded by the Easter and Passover holidays, is an awakening. Plants long dormant wake from their slumber as
If you’re newly divorced, Valentine’s Day can be a miserable event. One of life’s little digs that things have changed...
When I originally wrote this article I had so much to say that I decided to split it into two. It turned out that there was a perfect line of delineation - between the need to feel the feelings of the betrayal, and what we might actually learn from...
When you're in the middle of the chaos of divorce it seems like it will never be done, never get better, never feel normal again.
Susan attended my divorce recovery class 5 years ago. She contacted me again recently because her Ex was getting re-married.
My transition has been hard on my spouse, hard on my bank account, and hard on my ego. I’ve been at my breaking point many times.
This post is reprinted in gratitude and thanks to John Lange, a recent graduate of our Divorce Recovery seminar.