The story of the final breaking point leading to my divorce with an abusive husband.
Inspirational Stories and Advice
You are a new life builder. You push forward in spite of the past. You change your thoughts. In doing so, you create your best life.
When you’re ready to move forward after divorce, buy the ticket and hop on the train. Leave the old baggage behind.
The passage of time has encompassed loads of development and changes and growth in their lives. And yet, here we are after all this time, still nesting. Our kids still call the same place “home.”
Family values include all the ideas of how you want to live your family life, what behaviors you accept, what principles you honor, and the function family plays in your life.
Because of our co-parenting arrangement – also known as bird nesting – we’re surrounded by memories of how our family came to be.
The lesson I have learned from my eight-year ordeal is that there is no need for revenge. Sit back and wait. Those who hurt you will eventually screw up, and if you’re lucky, God will let you watch.
You have a choice to make regarding your personal happiness. It’s all tied to your thinking.
Divorce, for all its worry, sadness, and challenges, also provides the opportunity for creativity to run untethered and for unforeseen opportunities to enter.
Part of living in the present is acknowledging thoughts and feelings of the past when they show up and then recognizing that these feelings no longer serve you. Your thoughts are not who you are.