How Knowing your Top 5 Values Can Help you Stabilize

However you initially cope with the separation from your spouse, you are much more emotionally vulnerable than you are likely to realize at first. It makes sense. You left your union to establish your own course ... It may take a while to understand that you need to protect your energy and your personal space in ways you might not have needed to when married. Knowing your Values helps clarify ... who you will let in and who may not pass this way again.
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Companionship after Divorce – Who will you Rely on Now?

When you are out on your own and navigating the early stages life after divorce you'll likely wake up one day and realize that you don't have that ‘always there’ person. This can be even more significant if you are not close to your family. There are several areas of life impacted by this fact. Today I’m focusing on one, your social community, your tribe.
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Set Boundaries Like a Mo-Fu: Shouldn’t it Be Easier?

Self-Empowerment requires a certain level of assertiveness when it comes to what we will and won't accept in our various roles in life: at home, at work and in friendship. In other words, Boundaries! Boundaries point to what we require to be our best selves, to feel sufficiently safe and secure, and do our work in the world...
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If I Put Myself First …

If I put myself first I will disappear, will be forgotten. I will disappoint the people I care about most. They will be hurt by my withdrawal, and exile me from their life. The guilt will overwhelm me. I will be alone and isolated, a forced imprisonment kind of feeling.
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