After reading this, you will know the reason I wrote this blog! People come into your life for a reason, a season, or a lifetime. When you figure out which one it is, you will know what to do with your life. When someone is in your life for a REASON, it is usually to meet a need you have expressed. They have come to assist you through a difficulty, to provide you with guidance and support, and to aid you physically, emotionally, or spiritually. They may seem like a godsend, and they are! They are there for the reason you need them to be.
LIFE AFTER DIVORCE
I currently help women of divorce or break-up achieve certain goals in life. I empower them towards their hopes, dreams, and aspirations in life. As a life/divorce coach, I serve to motivate my clients towards reaching certain goals for personal growth. I work closely together with my clients to obtain effective results. As a consequence, my client's lives becomes enriched with happiness, satisfaction, and fulfillment.
I run a coaching practice focusing on sexual issues, problems, difficulties that people have. I am based in Singapore. My company is called Eros Coaching. Coaching not only changed my life – it saved mine. I suffered a lot after the end of my first marriage. I was really reeling from this whole mixed bag of emotions from shock, anxiety, depression, and I knew I had to do something that was very radical.
If there's one life event that'll shake out who your real friends are, it's divorce. Still, many are caught by surprise when friendships crumble and people they thought they could count on seem to be taking sides, especially if it's not their side. It's hurtful and can make you do all the wrong things.
If you've been a stay at home mom for years, life after divorce can seem pretty daunting. Not only are you moving on from your breakup, you may have to search for a job. Don't panic: It's easier than it sounds!
There are just a ton of legal, financial and medical documents you’re expected to keep track of to help protect and provide for you (and your family) in all kinds of different situations. It can be overwhelming to try to understand and manage it all - especially when you're going through the divorce rollercoaster of emotions.
The moment I was born, I had my first "coming out" experience. Of course, it meant nothing to me — my mental capacity was yet incapable of grasping what "coming out" and being gay meant. Still, the DNA wire crossing was complete, never to be undone.
Okay, in Part One and Part Two of the “New Year, New You, New Life, New Love” series we talked about how to become the awesome person you want to be and how to think differently to get the results you want. Now it’s time for me to reveal the final step: My secret formula for an incredible New Year, one in which you have the power to create the abundant, joy and love-filled life you deserve. And now, my magic formula for an incredible year is… INTENTION + ATTENTION = ACTION
Your divorce is over and you are ready to get out there and start dating again. You are both excited about the possibilities and terrified that you will find a loser. Chances are you will meet some wonderful – and not so wonderful – men during your journey. Your responsibility is to know exactly what you want in a man and to keep your eyes open for potential red flags. Dating Red Flag #1 – Is He Wealthy?
The issues that prevent a rapid adjustment to life after divorce are emotion-based and, as such, cannot be solved logically. All we can do is dissolve the disruptive energy they cause. For example, you got divorced and it's painful. You cannot "solve" the problem of divorce because, regardless of what you do, you are still divorced. The pain is the problem.
So you have been married for many years and you now find yourself in your late 40s and 50s in the unexpected situation of getting a divorce. When you got married you probably thought that this would be forever, and now you probably find yourself, hurt, angry and probably a bit stunned. I have a couple of clients in at this age who find themselves somewhat lost, somewhat bewildered - with their dreams of a perceived “stable” future as a pipe dream.
Today I Choose to sit quietly in the sun and watch copper winged dragonflies I Choose to be still and listen I Choose to be open to whatever presents itself I Choose to be kind and refrain from judgement of others I Choose to drink copious amounts of tea I Choose to purge my thoughts and feelings and writewritewrite until there is nothing left inside to come out
They come out of nowhere. And we are never prepared for them. I call them sucker punches. Divorce sucker punches; or the moments that unexpectedly take our breath away. You know what I am talking about, because we all experience them. They are waves of sadness, loss, loneliness and grief that are triggered by something completely unexpected.