Terror strikes. Again. And again. NYC, Beirut, Paris, Nigeria. The list grows. My children ask – why? I don’t know what to tell them. “We’re safe. You’re safe.” I don’t know if it’s a promise I can keep. But I have to try. This is my eighteenth entry to NaBloPoMo, NaNoPoblano and YeahWriteMe’s NoMo challenge.
When considering divorce, a major deciding factor is sometimes the amount of time that you get to spend with your children. After all, you only have approximately eighteen years together (more or less) – and after divorce, you might suddenly find that you’ve reduced your time by half (depending on
As I’ve grown, my perspective has changed. My mother hasn’t. See the post I’ve written today about childhood, marriages, divorces and my changing perspective. I’m at Club Mid with my piece “I See You“. Image credit: Praisaeng / freedigitalphotos.net Follow Live by Surprise on Twitter, Google+, Facebook, Pinterest and Bloglovin. Live by SurpriseWant Live By Surprise
Listen. It’s such a simple word. An anagram for silent. Which you should be while you’re listening. But listening isn’t the same as hearing. It’s not the same at all. Listening, active listening, involves actually taking the time to digest what the other person is saying. It takes time. And
Today, I went out and purchased a “selfie-stick.” Not because I want pictures of myself with a perma-duckface or because I’m self absorbed and vain. I’m over at Sammiches and Psych Meds questioning whether my new purchase is turning me into a Kardashian. Follow Live by Surprise on Twitter, Google+, Facebook, Pinterest and Bloglovin. Live by
I’m excited to be over at Sammiches and Psych Meds with my piece “The Diaper Continuum” – click the link and have a look!! Follow Live by Surprise on Twitter, Google+, Facebook, Pinterest and Bloglovin Live by SurpriseWant Live By Surprise in your inbox? Click here to join our mailing list or follow Live by Surprise on Twitter, Google+,
It’s a commonly held belief that all children of divorce need some psychological help. It’s not always true – but as a divorced mom, it is something that I’ve thought about. Read more – see my article at DivorcedMoms.com. Follow Live by Surprise on Twitter, Google+, Facebook, Pinterest and Bloglovin. Live by SurpriseWant Live By Surprise