Can you believe it — we’re almost in the year 2022! It is insane and crazy even to say that out loud. I am looking forward to what a new set of 365 days has to offer.
In this episode, I share what I love to do at the start of every year: reclaiming and becoming who I am meant to be as we look forward to a new chapter of challenges and opportunities.
👉🏼 Tune in to the new episode of the Divorced Woman’s Guide —Reclaiming Your Sense Of Self.
Top points you’ll discover:
✔️ What goals have you already set? Don’t get me wrong; it’s essential to know where you want to go. However, what I know to be true is that setting goals is just the first step; what matters is setting an intention behind those goals.
✔️ A powerful tip is to develop your word of the year. What word will you live into with every decision you make as it relates to your personal life and business? Everything throughout 2022 gets to come from that word of the year.
✔️ Declare it to the universe and say it out loud. Close your eyes and imagine what it would feel like to embody that word every day, every action you’re taking, everything you set your mind to and every ball you put into motion.
✔️ If you commit to becoming your most authentic self, you will feel free, peaceful and in harmony. Set the intention and surrender to the path you will take on.
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Going through an immense betrayal can be the most difficult thing to get over. In fact, it makes it hard for us to trust others again. Believe me. I know how it feels. My ex-husband cheated on me, and he was the last person I’d have ever thought to be capable of hurting me. It took me some time to realize that trust has to start within ourselves.
After her son was born, Kristy Carruthers had to sell off their clothing, jewelry, and belongings. She started interviewing for jobs at four weeks postpartum. After living on credit cards for a few months, she just hit the end of the rope and ended up having to sell the house to pay the credit card bills. That’s when the mind shift happened. I said to myself, ‘You know what? This can never happen again. This is not acceptable.'”
When I was married, divorce was never on my mind.
It never occurred to me that it had to be something I should learn about.
Fast forward to today, it continues to be that gift that keeps on giving. It has taught me about myself more than I ever knew.
Even though I’ve undergone therapy, I still believe that what I’ve endured and experienced post-divorce unraveled five lessons that I never would’ve discovered on my own.