The past can make or break us. Here are some healthy vs. unhealthy ways to look at the past. Read on to find out how to break free!
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After my divorce, I played the victim while telling myself that my ex was a narcissist. But as I’m reflecting after divorce, maybe I’m one too.
Infidelity, separation, divorce—they can tear you apart. You might doubt whether you can fall in love again. In hopes it’ll help you, I’ll share what I learned after my marriage fell apart. Though I’m not a relationship expert, experience can be the best teacher. I had been married for 32 years and was hurt to […]
She was one of your best friends. The betrayal is a double whammy. How could he? How could she? Yes, this happened to me. She was married too; my husband and I had dinner regularly with them as a couple. She and I had only known each other a few years, but we felt an […]
When I finally told my mom, her reaction surprised me. One of the hardest things I had to do was tell people that my husband had moved out. Even when I thought I was strong enough to talk about it, with each new person I told, the horror and sadness came rushing back. Even the […]
Writing was my lifesaver. It helped me make sense of the tornado that had swept through my life. Whether you like to write or hate it, I urge you to keep a notebook by your bed and one in your purse or pocket.