So your marriage just ended. Now what? Aside from losing your partner in crime, your best friend, you now have to establish a new mode of living. From organizing your home, possibly moving, and trying to hide the memories of what once was, the divorce process is a roller coaster of emotions.
Some days are harder than others. Songs that come on the radio, shows that you use to watch together, friends that you use to hang out with, are now behind you.
How can you go from intertwining your life with someone to feeling so alone and alienated? For your friends and family that have never been through this process, they will never understand what you’re going through. No matter how hard they try, no one gets it unless you’ve been through it. It’s just one of those things in life that you have to experience in order to fully get it.
Moving on from your marriage is more than just moving on from your marriage. It’s a little...
“When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change” Dr. Wayne Dyer
Life often presents us with situations that make us question our actions, thoughts and sometimes even our beliefs. We over analyze things and try to make sense of what’s in front of us. As humans, we are conditioned to focus on what we observe and give all of our attention to it. We become stuck in a repetitive cycle that leaves us feeling hopeless.
As a Law of Attraction coach, I can’t speak enough on how important it is to understand that whatever you send out you get back. The Law of Attraction states “That which is like unto itself is drawn.” Or simply put, “Like attracts like.” This means that what you are focused on, you draw to you. Here’s how it works. When you are focused on what you want, you are attracting to you what you want. When you are focused on what you do not want, you are attracting to you what...
This past week I embraced the beginning of a new chapter in my life. I signed my divorce papers ending an 8 year marriage. It was a bittersweet moment that left me feeling a wide range of emotions. As I looked back on my 8 year marriage I began to question everything I did. Although I did that in the past and made peace with my decisions, I found that in the aftermath of signing the paperwork, the same emotions crept back in.
After sifting through my memory of countless arguments and fights, I wondered what I could have done differently to handle the situation. How could I have avoided fights that led to the moments leading up to my divorce?
As I kept thinking about the bad moments I kept feeling negative emotions. Then I stopped myself.
I looked at where I was right now in my life and the vision I made for my new life and a strong sense of comfort and peace came over me. I was right where I needed to be.
The last 6 months of my life has been an intense...