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Our divorce was finally signed after a last minute frenzy to compromise. It’s funny how one small topic in a divorce agreement can wreak such havoc and cause so much chaos. A divorce agreement is the cornerstone of the rules … Continue reading
My STBX (soon-to-be-ex) and I had to be in court recently to review our divorce agreement to which we weren’t agreeing. He had sent me one to which I scoffed at and now it was his turn. Before meeting with … Continue reading
I was inspired by Momentum of Jo’s post on depression to share as well. We all have choices in life. We all share some burdens, some of us have more than others. I know that myself. Sometimes those burdens and grief … Continue reading
“Until you make peace with who you are, you’ll never be content with what you have.” – Doris Mortman Wise advice for today. At any age and stage of life, but especially during a milestone year like turning 50 or … Continue reading
Behind every woman’s eyes are her history, her struggles, her weaknesses and her strengths. Behind her eyes are her hopes, her dreams and her illusions. Behind her eyes, you can glimpse her soul, perfect, whole and complete, just like your … Continue reading
It is so hard when we are separated and divorcing a spouse. Keeping our heads and hearts centered is a monumental job that at times feels overwhelming. Dealing with all the emotional, mental, physical and financial stress at one time … Continue reading