As the final in a three-part series to address the evolution of your health, wealth and personal identity post-split, this article looks at how to find your passion and purpose.
You may have increased anxiety about dealing with your finances because your new “single” marital status makes it appear that you are facing this responsibility alone. However, this is patently untrue. A poignant acronym that I often share with my clients is: FEAR is just False Evidence Appearing Real. Continue reading →
As the first in a three-part series to address the evolution of your health, wealth and personal identity post-split, this article looks at how to shift the focus back to your health. Continue reading →
For the next few weeks, Support in a Split is offering a new three-part series to address the evolution of your health, wealth and personal identity over your first months post-split. You can use the blog to assess your situation, access tools to help you get to the next level or both! Our intent is to provide you with a safe space to help you empower yourself. Continue reading →
“Some people grumble that roses have thorns; I am grateful that thorns have roses.”
― Alphonse Karr, A Tour Round My Garden
Robert Emmons, Ph.D., a leading scientific expert on gratitude, exerts that during times of crisis gratefulness is not only helpful, but essential. He states that, “It is precisely under crisis conditions when we have the most to gain by a grateful perspective on life. In the face of demoralization, gratitude has the power to energize. In the face of brokenness, gratitude has the power to heal. In the face of despair, gratitude has the power to bring hope. In other words, gratitude can help us cope with hard times.” Here are three reflections about gratitude: Continue reading →