What if I told you that the pain, the sleepless nights, the frantic texting and internet stalking that occur immediately after a separation, breakup, or divorce is inevitable? The panic that won’t stop, the obsessive thoughts, the withdrawal from activities and the people you love. You feel restless and on edge. There is a weird
Music was one of the top things that helped me during my divorce. Music has so much power to affect your mood. Scientists have found that enjoyable music causes the release of dopamine and lifts your spirits. And I can tell you from experience, it really does. Now, don’t go and make a playlist of
The sadness you experience when are going through a breakup or divorce is overwhelming and gut wrenching. Crying becomes part of your daily life. No matter how hard you try to keep things together, the tears will well up, anywhere and everywhere. “I just want to go one day without crying.” “When will the crying
It feels like Valentine’s Day was invented to torture you personally after a divorce or breakup. You’re bombarded by the media with love stories, flowers, and candlelight dinners. Romance everywhere. Facebook and Instagram are landmines full of couple friends expressing their undying love and pictures of flowers that their husbands and boyfriends surprised them with.
I see articles all over the internet on how to get your ex back. When I was in extreme pain during my separation and divorce, I admit, there was a point that I entertained the thought. After reflection, I realized how much of a terrible idea that was. My motivation for it was all wrong