Journal Prompt-What Was Your Career Goal When You Were A Child and How Was Your Reality Different?

My career goal as a child was pure, idealistic, and full of hope. I recall so clearly my desire to be a Catholic Sister. I would daydream about following God and serving others through the sisterhood. The problem was that I was not Catholic. Where did this desire to be a Catholic Sister develop? Thinking…

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Ask the Divorce Lady, “The After Life”

Several years ago I stated a series called “Ask The Divorce Lady”. I am starting the segment up again and I thought I would begin by sharing my first video in the series. I would love to know your thoughts. If you have any questions for the Divorce Lady let me know in the comment…

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All Secrets Will Be Brought Into the Light

Have you ever read a story where a person lived with someone for years and never knew who they really were or what they were up to? ¬†Have you ever heard people say, “she had to have known she lived with him for decades”? ¬†Well, I am here to tell you that you can live…

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Divorce Diversion-Travel and Wine Before Covid-Childress Vineyards

Travel Blast From the Past I just checked out their website to see if they were open during Covid and found that “Yes”, they are!  They are still serving meals in their restaurant, and they continue to have wine tastings.  I would go on the site to check out the restrictions and make a reservation…

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Escrow! What in the World is It??

What in the world is Escrow? I have heard this word thrown around on many occasions and had no idea what it was. Many of us involved in a separation and divorce or even the death of a spouse find ourselves dealing with many things we have never had to deal with before. One of…

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Divorce in the News-“Divorce is Genetic”. I Say Hogwash!

I Divorce in the News-“Divorce is Genetic”I say-Hogwash! I was reading an article that speaks of the possibility that divorce may be genetic.  I found the article on The Sacramento Bee Divorce May Be Genetic.  The study focuses on families of divorce and the outcome of adopted children vs. biological children of the families going through a…

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Journal Prompt-Describe Your Best Snow Day!

Journal Prompt for a Snowy Day I remember as a child growing up in Pennsylvania that we loved our snow days. My parents would prepare for snow by putting up snow fences to place the snow drifts where they wanted them. I think this made them feel some control over the impending blizzards. My dad…

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Quote of the Month for February 2021

 A Quote for February 2021 I don’t know how many times I have not participated in an event or activity because my focus was on what could go wrong. I think this is exacerbated by the anxiety that is caused by an unwanted divorce. Yes, things can go wrong in every aspect of our lives…

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Divorce Diversion-A Few February Celebrations

 There are several things to celebrate in February.  I searched and selected a few special days that I wanted to focus on in this post.  Yes, I know I am late on a few, but better late than never.  You can celebrate these days whenever the time is right for you.  So, Happy February Celebrations.…

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