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What Happens When Part Of The Soul Disconnects

I had a reading at a new age metaphysical place.  What was revealed to me was that a small part of my soul had disconnected and was stuck 5 years in the past.  I know it probably sounds incredulous to … Continue reading

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Own Your Story

Owning your story is the bravest thing you’ll ever do.  ~ Brené Brown Yesterday’s post talked about your story and the way you tell it.  I think it’s interesting to note how we tell our stories, what we include, what … Continue reading

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Are You Changing Your Name?

My divorce lawyer asked me if I wanted to change my name back to my maiden name.  When my husband and I first separated, I was practically hell bent on removing his name from me when I thought about my … Continue reading

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Behind A Woman’s Eyes

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

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Do the What If’s Torture You Too?

What If’s are one of the cruelest parts of divorce, heck, maybe just one of the cruelest parts of living in general.  I say this because I have spent many months paging through the What If’s in my memory bank … Continue reading

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