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Posts Tagged: Surviving Divorce

Refuse to Be the “Ashes” in Your Divorce

Published In The Huffington Post 4-26-16 I bristle every time I hear the phrase “conscious uncoupling” because it makes the dissolution of a marriage sound easy and pain-free. Let’s be honest, divorce hurts, and as many can attest, the beginning of the end is usually not that well mannered. Navigating a divorce is hard. It takes time to get over the initial anger, pain, and hurt, but then you have a big decision to make. Are you going to stay in the world of anger and hurt or are you going to try to move through the change with honesty … Read More

2 Things That Lead You to Lose Your Self-Confidence Amidst a Divorce

(This article was published in the Huffington Post on 11/17/16) Divorce, job loss, or the crumbling of a relationship are examples of sudden life-changing events that can cause pain and suffering—whether you saw them coming or not. Chances are pretty good that when a sudden soul-crushing event happens to you, anger and sadness quickly turn to blame, which can take two forms. BLAMING OTHERS You can blame others and point the finger at somebody or something that you feel caused your pain and suffering. In blaming others, you identify yourself as victim because it was done to you. The reality … Read More


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