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Jul 12, 2022

Imagine being in a boat in the middle of the ocean, getting bounced around by the waves, crashing in every direction.

That’s how divorce can feel. You’re off-balance all the time, and you’re working so hard to regain your footing.

Today, I want to talk about the ways in which you can finally stand on your two feet, without the fear of drowning, as you navigate through the processes of your divorce.

And all it takes is knowing when to say no and making time for the stuff that matters.

Tune in to this episode on 5 Steps To Create Balance After Divorce.

Key points covered in this episode: 

✔️Decide what’s important for you and act accordingly. This can look like figuring out what your values are and setting boundaries. It can be difficult for recovering people-pleasers, but you can slowly exercise your intuition by paying attention to it when making crucial decisions.

✔️Avoid negativity. Fear is the root of negativity. Continuing to identify yourself with what happened to you and letting it consume you keeps you in the shadows. The key is to catch that negative thought and flip it into something positive. Come at it from a lens of love.

✔️Practice self-care. You’ve heard this a couple of times before. Devoting a little bit of time to yourself can significantly impact your self-esteem and overall confidence. Whatever feels good – taking a walk or reading a book – can easily pull you back up into your highest vibrations when problems arise.

✔️Learn how to prioritize yourself. You are in control of your life. You are the designer of your future. This means that you don’t have to be a superhero, doing everything you can to save everyone. Choose where to focus your energies and steer clear of the things that don’t really matter.

✔️ Release and accept. Forgiveness and acceptance are hard pills to swallow. But it’s time to be honest with yourself and recognize the responsibility you have for yourself and your children. To move forward, you have to let go of the things that are weighing you down.



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