Be patient through the changes. 🧘♂️ Divorce is hard on you and your kids. Be patient with them as they work through their emotions and feelings that arise during divorce and well into the future as they learn (and you learn) how to live in a co-parenting environment.
More co-parenting resolutions for 2020 are up on the blog.
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When things got serious with Mr K he was still in the process of divorcing his ex-wife so the second wife stigma began hitting me hard and lasted for some time.I never thought I’d marry a guy who was married before and who had a child. I couldn’t stop thinking that our wedding won’t be his first, our child won’t be his first.In this episode, I share my story and how I overcome the stigma and self-stigma of being the second wife.
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If a woman refuses to date you but doesnt want you dating someone else, it means she likes you but thinks she can do better; she thinks being with you, in her prime years, is settling. Eventually she'll accept you as a mate but only after she's run out of options
This February 4th, Wendy Sterling @divorcerehabwithwendy, Divorce Recovery Specialist and founder of The Divorce Rehab™, is launching the very first of its kind online divorce summit... DIVORCE RECOVERY MADE EASIER: How to Heal, Rediscover Your Identity, and Confidently Create the Life You Design. We believe divorce can be an empowering experience for women, where you find your true identity and voice. We will not only share our own divorce experiences and those of our clients, but how it shaped the tools, businesses and insights we’ve created to help you navigate your path... and guide you into designing the life you want, instead of the feeling stuck with the life you have. February 4th 2020. Don't miss it! LINK IN BIO. .
𝐄𝐩𝐢𝐬𝐨𝐝𝐞 𝟐𝟗 of the Single Daddy Daily Podcast brings you a podcast that many have been asking and waiting patiently for!
We have a bit of a twist for this episode!! Instagram Celebrity and co-host of ‘Life to the Max’, @lifetothemaxpodcast podcast Janna Breslin, @jannabreslin joins Evan DeMarco, @evan_demarco and family lawyer Robert Herrera in Colorado to discuss all things divorce, parenting and more.
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*A little bit about Robert Herrera*
Robert J. Herrera has proudly served and successfully represented individuals and businesses found all across Colorado. Mr. Herrera has extensive experience mediating, arbitrating, litigating, and teaching business law. Robert also brings to the mediation session perspective from personally experiencing difficult disputes including a business separation and divorce after 13 years of marriage. While Robert has enjoyed the gamesmanship of the courtroom for many years, he has come to appreciate and embrace mediation and arbitration as a more cost effective and time efficient mechanism to resolve even the most complex civil and domestic disputes.
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Are you contemplating divorce but feel unsure about whether you’re making this move for the right reasons? With such an impactful decision ahead of you, it’s important that you feel confident in your reasons for leaving a marriage. We discuss this topic in our latest blog. Read along!
The number one mortgage lender error when working with divorcing clients is to assume the new mortgage is a ‘cash out’ mortgage which carries higher interest rates and limits access to the property equity. (Link to Article on Bio)⠀
Are you or someone you know going through a divorce where real estate or mortgage is involved? 😉
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A primeira vez que eu escutei isso foi de um policial. Policial esse que deveria me defender em vez ele escolheu me julgar porque eu era jovem e estrangeira casa com um homem mais velho.
Nesse dia meu ex marido tinha chamado a polícia dizendo que eu tinha dito que queria jogar o meu bebê de apenas um ano pela janela.
Eu tinha apenas um ano na Itália, minha filha mais velha tinha apenas 3 anos e eu recentemente por não ter me adaptado bem tinha falado com ele que eu queria ir embora voltar para o Brazil.
Ele usou dessa estratégia pra me coagir e me fazer perder a coragem de ir embora.
Quando me casei com ele achava que ele era uma bom homem tinha me escolhido mesmo sapendo que eu já tinha dois filhos e até então decidiu registrá-los como seus filhos.
Parecia o marido perfeito desde que eu não me decidi separar.
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Reflecting...so much has happened this past week, the first week of the 2020 fast. And, still, not much has happened. You see, there's a certain peace that is coming over me as I redirect my focus from what I don't have...to what I do.
This is a lesson the Lord has been teaching me the past 1057 days: spiritual abundance and feelings of plenty in times of deep, earth shattering pain or want or need.
The morning after the crappola hit the fan in my marriage almost exactly three years ago, I experienced the most profound reality check. In those bleak early hour moments standing in my dark kitchen, I remember peering through puffy eyes bewildered at how far life had turned. How far I had fallen when, up until that point, it seemed like I was keeping the pain covered up well with my carefully balanced facade. (That's what I THOUGHT! Hindsight is such a gift...anyway!) And God somehow spoke to me as I spun around each room of my home, more a feeling than a voice, that this was the first day of new life. Even as it felt like anything but! The hope I came to know, as the eyes of my heart were opened, is nothing short of miraculous.
As I stared straight into the unknown, across the desolation and crumbling rubble of the life I had planned so long ago, all I could do was smile. It was the strangest thing! And it's that peace that I carry with me today.
The peace that had me rockin' out to Christian music on my way to work that fateful morning. #cardancing 🙌 Because I was completely out of control and out of my element and out of my mind all at once. Because the only solid ground that remained was Jesus. And that ground felt soooo freaking good...
Fast forward to today. When finances are threateningly tight and co-parenting schedules are crazy and responsibilities continue to add up, all the while intense desires for a taste of life's next chapter abound...phew! I choose to step away from frustration and despair. No, Fear, I will not partner with you today. And I recall what God has already done. What He has brought me and other believers. And I enter His gates with thanksgiving.
Because what I DO have in Him, will always be far better than anything I don't.
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Sometimes love is not enough.
Because in relationship, just speaking or hearing the words “I love you” does not replace the need for respect, honesty, authenticity, and freedom of expression.
There will be times when even though we feel love for someone, the highest choice is to remove our energy in service of our hearts.
This is where the deep work begins. To learn to hold compassion in our hearts while also saying “no, I don’t accept that” when it comes to any form of abusive, manipulative or harmful behaviour.
We can love others and still put ourselves first. No one else is going to do that - it really is our job to ensure that we are loving and being loved to our fullest potential.
We can love someone and understand “why” they do what they do, and still not allow them to cause us any further heartache and pain.
Understanding the root of someone’s pain means we can see that they are operating from a wound and repeating their own trauma.
It means we don’t take the traditional route of demonizing them or making their behaviour mean anything about our worth.
But then we must also remember that it is not up to us to save people from their pain. That we are not
responsible for healing their wounds, or fixing their troubles.
In relationship, we can only truly become partners in healing when we are each totally responsible for our own emotions and internal world.
From that place, we can become allies in the journey to free ourselves from our past conditioning, traumas, and fears of intimacy, connection and love.
Without total responsibility on both sides, we are engaged in a codependent dance that reinforces the idea that we must give ourselves away for the sake of love.
Remember that words are fairly meaningless without action to back them up.
You can love someone and still make the choice to let them go.
We are so excited to share the news of our new Membership Group🙌🎉🥳🎊❤️
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Who will benefit from the Reclaim You Membership group?
1.Anyone divorced or going through a divorce or considering a divorce.
2.Anyone who has had a traumatic experience and are trying to find themselves again.
3.Anyone who is dealing with physical, emotional or psychological abuse.
4.Anyone who is dealing with narcissistic abuse.
5.Anyone who is dealing with infidelity.
6.Anyone who is dealing with codependency.
7.Anyone struggling to co-parent with their ex.
8.Anyone feeling like they are not enough.
9.Anyone who is struggling to find their identity.
10.Anyone struggling with self-love and self-care.
11.Anyone looking to better their relationship with themselves.
12.Anyone who needs to feel supported as thy navigate a major trial.
What kind of results will you see when you join the Reclaim You Membership group?
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Mutual respect for each other's role & keeping the kids out of the middle of disagreements will go a looooonng way (married or not 😉).
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First, you have to teach those people a whole new vocabulary (gaslighting, triangulation, flying monkeys, etc). Next, while sounding like a crazy person, convince said people that YOU are not the crazy one. I could go on, but you get the idea... __________________________________________
One on one support is available by phone anywhere in the world. Schedule your phone call with me today. Even a single appointment can make all the difference. (See website for rates, services & other information. Link in bio.)
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