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Get Motivated – “The grass IS sometimes greener, time to move on.” – Thom You can do this. Keep breathing and keep moving on. To help you on your journey consider joining our weekly Thursday email. This includes one complete article, and links to other…
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A great article with a great video talks about how your child (you too) can change the way you make it to where you want to get.

It is about “Mindset”. Mindset is a way of looking at life which says and accepts failure as part of the process of growth a development.

Accept we are not perfect but in development.
We will fail.
Failure does not mean we are bad, less than, worthless of not going to get to our destination.
It is important to have a sense of direction. Know where you are going and where you are headed.
When we fail or make mistakes, it is a happening. If we fail deliberately, deal with it deliberately. Apologize to those who are harmed and correct your behaviors to reflect your direction. Move on & Read More Here
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Divorce 911 collaborated with Deborah S. Wilder, Ph.D. for this post.

It has been said that, other than the death of a spouse, divorce creates the most amount of changes to one’s life in the shortest amount of time. This can certainly be overwhelming, even if you’re just thinking about getting a divorce. There is so much at stake. What about the children? What about the finances? What about the house? What about the pets? What about everything that we have and everything else that has been a part of our lives together?
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In a recent interview family attorney Daryl G. Weinman, managing partner at Weinman & Associates, P.C. in Austin, Texas, revealed why staying in a failing marriage is detrimental for the kids.

When asked to comment, Weinman said, “The majority of my clients have a common misconception: ending a bad marriage equates to personal failure. This is simply not true, and in fact, exposing children to a toxic relationship is an even bigger failure.”

Weinman added that while many people might not know there are in a dysfunctional relationship, there are several signs.
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Everyone has good days and unfortunately also bad ones… and sometimes when it rains, it pours.

Do you ever have those days or weeks when the world seems to be against you? I recently had one of those long weeks where compounding work frustrations seem to keep me continually behind, on the home front, everyone’s lost their homework, are grumpy, have messy rooms, oh and the dog’s upset stomach made it worse. These storms can make one queasy. But throw the “Kraken” into the mix (no not the rum, which actually might help, especially when mixed with a coke and slice of lime… sorry focus… of course I mean the “ex”). There is something about a Kraken— maybe it’s the fact that they are uncontrollable, wild, unpredictable, or that they can really tip your boat and let in flood waters…

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Get Motivated – “It’s time for new growth, plant new seeds, let your life become a beautiful harvest.” Thom

You can do this. Keep breathing and keep moving on. To help you on your journey consider joining our weekly Thursday email. This includes one complete article, and links to other great stories and articles you might have missed the previous week. Articles come from people going through and that have been through divorce as well as professional Therapists and Lawyers all delivered for free.
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Whether you are actively looking for love or taking a break from the dating scene, post break up is an ideal time to become the best version of yourself.
Once you have spruced up the bachelor pad, you might as well reinvent the whole package and work on your appearance. Becoming a New Man requires a holistic approach. Do some soul searching to find clarity about who you want to be and what you want to attract.
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“I’ve Moved On”. When your marriage blows up after a couple of decades, “I’ve Moved On” might be a longer road than you would think.
In fact, I would say that the road is not only longer, but completely different than however you may imagine it. Or at least that’s what I discovered.

Seven years ago, my (then) wife came to me sobbing and said that she was afraid she was about to do something that would destroy our marriage and our family. We had been married for over 21 years and had four children. We had covered a lot of ground together and I thought that this was just another trial, that when it was over, we would see that it made us stronger still. I told her as much and told her that I was there for her no matter what and that we would be ok. Not so fast. (That was me–Taking the High Road to nowhere) That thing that she said she was afraid she was about to do? Turns out she was not only already doing it, but she liked it, and had no intent of stopping. She was doing it, and doing it, and doing it, and . . . uh, well, you get the point.
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Am I the only one who is more productive at night? It’s 9:27pm and my rush of productivity started around 7pm. I don’t know why, but for some reason my mind works better later in the day. I think it’s the after math of being the ultimate procrastinator as a student….my brain is trained to work fearlessly at night.
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Waking Up Divorce Poor
It’s not just the fact that in America we spend and waste $28 billion a year on divorce (we do also spend $39 billion on ice cream… but that tastes a lot better), it’s what we wake up to.
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