There are experts out there who can help you, and there are workshops out there that will give you the insights you need to make your journey of moving forward easier and smoother.
The fear of rejection, wondering if you are saying the right thing at the right time or pondering what the future may bring.
I will also share what I have learned dating my 30's and how dating in your 30's is much different than any other time of your life and my perspective on marriage as I go into it for the third and last time, finally having the emotional maturity to understand what marriage means besides not having to be alone for the rest of your life.
Find out the 5 top reasons why you are stuck and expect to be surprised.
Of course it’s daunting, anything that feels new can feel that way. A fresh start can be exciting and the opportunity to get to know yourself better, an opportunity to do all the things you didn’t get to do when you were in the relationship, and better still, an opportunity to regain your confidence and build yourself into a stronger person.
As the old adage says – what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.
Her incredible need to move on, to not be alone, to replace the old with the new inspired me to take a look at my dating life after divorce and to share how dating was for me, after not doing it for over nine years.
As cliche as it sounds, we lose the person we once were - whether it is through the dynamics of the relationship, the additional responsibilities placed on us and when we are hurt, disappointed, angry or sad, we have a whole new set of bags we carry around with us.
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.
But what I tell them is that this is the start of a new chapter – a fresh start.
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.