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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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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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Starting Over and Creating Something Better

It’s not always about trying to fix something that’s broken. It’s about starting over and creating something better. Sometimes in life, things are just broken and you can’t fix them.  For me, I can’t fix my marriage which fell apart.  … Continue reading

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Moving On and Upwards

Finding yourself at on the edge of the 50 milestone warrants thought about our next stage of life.  Some of us glide into our 50th jubilee without fretting.  Some of us, due to life circumstances, resist celebrating the milestone.  Some … Continue reading

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Failure at Fifty?

Ok, my normal tone is one of reality check and positivity.  However, I know there are people out there (myself included at times) that feel less than positive about turning the big 5-0!  It’s in those quiet moments when we … Continue reading

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Answering My Mid-Life Wake Up Call

Mid-life wake up calls affect us all differently.  I am guessing that my soon-to-be-ex husband woke up one morning (during a mid-life crisis?) and decided he didn’t want to do this anymore.  He didn’t want to be a husband, nor … Continue reading

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