Last Thursday — at 1:46p to be exact — my divorce was finalized.
A very sad day, indeed.
This week, I want to encourage anyone going through heartbreak — or, any difficult time — that you too, will get through it…
Rather than entertain you with my wit, or give you a list of fun things to do to take your mind off of it, I simply want to create a space for you to feel what’s appropriate for wherever you’re at.
There are dozens of defenses against feeling your hurt and disappointment.
But, there is one thing for sure. Feel it now, or let it seep into everything you do next.
When I first decided to divorce my husband I wrote “Are You Living Life Like A Three-Legged Dog” dedicated to discovering the joy in letting things unfold...and, this my lovelies is the secret to getting unstuck!
Sometimes making a decision to do nothing is the most powerful (action) you can take.
In honor of anyone who needs a confident hug, a warm smile, or gentle encouragement to keep going, I hope you’ll check out this previous post.
May my words connect to your heart, making you a part of something greater, grander and truer than ever before.
This is my prayer for you. I hope you enjoy, share and comment.
“Are You Living Life Like A Three-Legged Dog”
And, as always, I am most definitely in your corner…
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Beautiful Thais .. I appreciate reading something REAL that makes the ‘pain’ okay
I think that is a real skill and the true art of healing ... best of luck with your new
life .. I hope love finds you again some time soon ...
Awwwe...thank you, Meaghan. What is that saying?... “That which we resist persists.” I like how you put it; In “making the pain okay” it can move right through us. And, the healing you mention is the sort that allows us to be happy independent of circumstance. Do you know what I mean? It is as grand a gift as knowing we can walk this path togetha! Thank you for taking the time to reach out. Happy weekend to you:)
Thank you, Michelle! You’re right...the pain is universal. And mercifully, as you wrote, so is the healing. The best bit, is that we never have to go it alone. I look forward to reading more about you and your adventures, and am truly happy we’re connected ~ Happy weekend! Thais
What a beautiful analogy, Thais. So many of us can relate to not only the pain, but also the healing and the hope!
Sending you hugs,