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Take your time to ask questions. It's a blessing to be curious. Discover new things about migration, multiculturalism and diversity.
Writer Chick | Keynote Speaker | #1 Ranked Google 'Shit Divorce' — 10 Years and Counting!
Fierce Super Mom
MY HAPPY PLACE
Getting fit. 3 years after 24 years disappeared.
finding a way to transform the pain
This WordPress.com site is the bee's knees
Sharing My Recovery
Trying to ace sober living
Finding peace and healing after an affair
Ramblings From the North
Fighting to stay faithful, in a marriage without sex.
I rant, therefore I am
Thoughts on my struggle to reconcile the husband and father I am and want to be
My journey to healing from my husbands affair
Surviving Post-Divorce Poverty
Moving Forward after an Alcoholic Adulterer & Divorce
Are we done yet?
*Theatre *Stage *Reviews *Performance *Dance *Art
One guys take on life and love
Striving to positively embrace the changes it brings
Searching for the Recipe for Lemonade
Moving forward gracefully and learning to breathe.....
Abnormality is The Spice of Life
Author, Speaker & Coach Matthew Williams
We dance round in a ring and suppose, but the secret sits in the middle and knows. – Robert Frost
Raw and real advice/girl talk/mom stuff /life and love/dating/fashion/gossip. I say it all
My Life in a Three Dimensional Shell
Who knows what I'm feeling today...
aftermath [af-ter-math, ahf-] noun 1. something that results or follows from an event, especially one of a disastrous or unfortunate nature
If you don't speak, no one will listen...
MLIASO is a collection of my thoughts and feelings relating to the journey navigating through my husbands infidelity. It has now been more than five years and I am still on this horrible ride.
One man's journey through the heartbreak of divorce
I'm divorcing a narcissist after 8 years of crazy. This is my story of getting out and healing from the abuse.
Slogging through my life, one cliche at a time.
the choices we make dictate the life we lead
Living life after divorce and betrayal.
Who says chivalry is dead? Oh, wait. I do.