If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you know that I have learned the hard way that there are some relationships that are just…wrong. Thankfully though, I’ve also discovered that there are also relationships that are just…right. Looking back, I know there were signs in my first relationship.
Have you become a divorce mentor? Not an official one, with a shingle. I mean unintentionally – did you become someone that it seems that everyone who is contemplating/going through a divorce feels the need to speak to? Not the Divorce Whisperer, but sort of like the Divorce Yoda…”The divorce
The theme for this month’s #1000Speak post is one that I feel completely unqualified to write about. Forgiveness. It’s not something I write about often (or that I’ve ever written about here at length), but the reason I feel unqualified is because I believe that there are, sometimes, things that
When I was married to my ex, for my own survival, it was sometimes necessary to “bend” the truth. I’m not proud of it – I don’t condone lying in my home and I try to promote honesty in my children. However – sometimes – to avoid an inevitable reaction
One year, just before Christmas, I entered a raffle at work – and I won an X-Box, complete with a couple of games. It was great – I was surprised – but we really didn’t need an X-Box. We had a PlayStation at home and neither the ex nor I