Tag Archives: kids and divorce

A Restful Sunday

Well, I spent yesterday taking down Christmas. It’s the first year that I didn’t wait until January 6th to do it, but I felt quite done with it all. Now that it’s cleaned up, I feel a bit more back … Continue reading

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I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues

I had a blue Christmas. I hope yours was better. I understand that kids have a tough time navigating holidays with divorced parents. What amazes me is that their narcissist father still pulls the strings even though they resent him … Continue reading

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‘Twas A Long Weekend Indeed

Ok, so my last post about the cranky kid and detoxifying the kids after spending many hours with their dad and his family evolved into a bunch of different conversations with each of the kids over the past few days. … Continue reading

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Struggles After The Holidays

I’ve talked about how I used to have to deprogram my kids after they spent extensive time with their dad and their dad’s family. It would take a few days to detoxify them and stand up to the one who … Continue reading

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White Possum Dream

I awoke this morning and remembered my dream. It doesn’t happen often to me, but when it does, I immediately search for the meaning when it’s significant. And boy, was it significant this morning! I was dreaming that I was … Continue reading

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Wisdom From Coco

“I don’t care what you think about me. I don’t think about you at all.”  Coco Chanel It took me a long time to get to this point with the ex. If you’ve been with me for awhile, my blog … Continue reading

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No Response Is a Response

Here’s another one of those drafts I never published. Maybe it will help you on your journey. No response is a response…and it’s a powerful one. It’s common for the ex to not answer me.  In fact, I rarely communicate … Continue reading

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Praying For Peace

The ex (my kids’ dad) is coming in this weekend to visit with them. He does this very occasionally so it’s a big deal when he blows into town. He told them to clear their schedules because he’s going to … Continue reading

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Being Present – Parenting Tip And Story

I wanted to follow up to yesterday’s post share. I’m not telling you how to parent, but I’ve found that the key to good parenting as a divorced Mom with primary custody of her sons is universal to all parenting … Continue reading

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