Surviving Your Split

How to Move the Hell on with Your Life. Part 1

How to Move the Hell on with Your Life. Part 1

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day, Everyone! 

Last week, we discussed why you feel like crap during divorce and I promised this week that Surviving Your Split will start digging into that issue so that you can move the hell on with your life.

I must warn you–learning how to move on with your life, regardless of where you are in the divorce process, is not easy. It takes work, and putting in that extra effort when you’re already freakin’ exhausted can seem like it’s more trouble than it’s worth.

Fear not, my friends! That is where the Move the Hell On series comes in.

For the next few weeks, we are going to break down what Moving the Hell On even means. We are going to examine the different aspects of healing and moving forward, and within each of those aspects, there will be some kick-ass strategies in in store for you!  They will be so effective that you’ll feel better the moment you start learning about them, yet so simple you can do them anywhere–at Starbucks, while waiting for your kids, while you’re on the toilet, wherever.

“But Martha, I want to know what the hell we’ll be doing…now!!!”

Well, while I can’t dump this goodness on you all at once, take a look at the following strategies you will master in the coming weeks:

  • How to let yourself freakin’ grieve and heal

  • Finding yourself.  This one’s going to blow your mind

  • Defining your future. Like a BOSS

  • Treating your divorce like a gift*

    • *I’m not being a smart-ass with this one. It really is a gift and in few weeks you’ll learn the how to view it like a gift so you can get on with your awesome life.

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Moving on without stress and drama. Like the boss you are. (Image via Telemundo.)

Check your inbox soon for the first part of your Move the Hell On series. I can’t wait to share these strategies with you!

And as always, if you have any questions or comments, let me know! I love hearing from my readers and learning how I can help you get back to being happy.

Until next time, remember to take care of yourselves. You deserve it.

Warmly,
Martha

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