There are all sorts of reasons why people leave relationships and even though divorce and breakups are incredibly common, they're also deeply personal.
As a married and divorced young adult, and married and divorced mother myself, I get it, I honestly do. That personal pain can make you forget how to move on after a break-up.
My first divorce occurred when I was 7. (Yes, parents - it's your child's first divorce.) My second, after my first marriage and break up at 23; then a third, following 15 years of marriage from the father of my children. Despite the pain, I knew the best thing for my family was for that marriage to dissolve and for me to create a new life after another divorce.
Going from being married to learning how to move on from a break up isn’t easy...
despite the number of couples going through a divorce and whether or not you were the one who wanted out of your marriage. The truth is there are days that are really hard and seem incredibly unfair.
It wasn’t until I decided to make it on my own and focus on how to make the future one I wanted to live that I truly focused on my own healing. (As opposed to worrying about my children, friends, work or extended family.) I even made peace with the possibility of being single for the rest of my life!
Believe me, there is a way to get over an affair, deal with your divorce, move on, and recover from the loss of a monogamous relationship.
Pretty huge, right?
Yeah, I think so too. It’s taken me some time to understand this modern-day rite of passage but I’ve got it now! Wouldn’t you like to too?
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