My Husband Cheated. Am I to Blame?

My Husband Cheated. Am I to Blame?

When I sit and compare the way men and women react after discovering infidelity, the difference is clear. Men tend to react with anger. Women tend to react with self-blame. 

“How could I have been so stupid?”

“Why did I believe him when he said he was busy with work all of those late nights?”

“How did I not see it coming?” 

The Power of Mantras and Positive Affirmations

The Power of Mantras and Positive Affirmations

Choosing a mantra and practicing positive affirmations is incredibly beneficial. We all have automatic thoughts that pop up in our minds, it’s like an inner-monologue and we tell ourselves things about ourselves all the time. If you listen, you might start to notice that the things you tell yourself may not be overly positive or even nice. 

3 Ways to Feel Empowered after a Break-Up

3 Ways to Feel Empowered after a Break-Up

I totally get how much starting over sucks. But just like anything, there’s always a silver lining. Today’s post is all about how to pick yourself up and heal after heartbreak, and I’m diving in deep with lots of action items and steps to really help you find true and lasting healing with my top 3 steps, so here we go: 

Overcoming Infidelity - Can your marriage survive Infidelity?

Why do people cheat? Can it be avoided? How do we overcome infidelity in our marriage? These are just some of the questions I answer in my interview with Midori Verity over at yourtango.com. 

Am I to blame for my partner’s Affair?

Am I to blame for my partner’s Affair?

When you discover that your partner has had an affair, it’s common to press rewind on the last year of your life together and look for all the signs you should have seen and things you missed. The times they were out late and didn’t invite you, the times they were on the phone way too long with their work colleague and you gave them the benefit of the doubt, not wanting to rock the boat. 

The Revenge Body: Is it healthy?

The Revenge Body: Is it healthy?

The “Revenge Body” is apparently a thing now that Khloe Kardashian has coined it and turned it into a new reality show. It’s quickly becoming a hot topic among those healing after heartbreak, but is it really that healthy? 

When you just don't feel like it

You know those days when you just don't feel like being inspired by all the wonderful quotes in your newsfeed? The ones that make you just want to hide under the covers with some chocolate and a good Netflix marathon?

Ya, I know those days too, and I recently became a contributor to the Divorcedmom.com website, and that's exactly what I shared about in my first post. I'd love for you to check it out here. Being uninspired while you work through your anger can actually be beneficial, I hope you enjoy the post, and don't forget to leave a comment! 

The #1 way to find healing after Heartbreak

The #1 way to find healing after Heartbreak

Let’s just be honest, the healing process after the loss of a relationship really sucks. Even if you haven’t lost your relationship, and are just in the midst of a rocky road with your partner, there is one thing that you can do to help yourself heal, and it can’t be found in the arms of another, or at the bottom of a beer bottle. Although those things might sound appealing while you’re hurting, they tend to cause more harm than good. 

Celebrating Valentine’s Day When Love Sucks

Celebrating Valentine’s Day When Love Sucks

Valentine’s Day is heading towards us like a steamroller, or as some say, “Single Awareness Day,” or for many of you it may be “WTF-is-going-on-with-my-relationship-anyways-day.” When your relationship is lackluster, and not exactly what you had imagined, holidays – even silly ones like Valentine’s Day can be like a stab in the heart because they serve as that crappy reminder that things just aren’t right.