Happy New Year, Friends!
Now that the holidays are over, we usually tend to feel one of two ways. Some of us are super-excited and motivated to start the year off right.
Then there’s the rest of us.
You know–those of us who are like, “Ughhhhhhh January is so depressing! I spent too much money! I ate too much! And I still have another year of this divorce shit I need to deal with.”
Hey, I hear you! January is the month where most people pull the trigger on divorce, and decide that it’s time to end the marriage. This time can be confusing and overwhelming, with many of us having no clue where to start.
Depending on where you fall within the spectrum of the New Year–whether you’re motivated and excited, stressed and overwhelmed, or somewhere in between, there are just four easy things you need to ask yourself and clarify before you go on your way.
And the sooner you figure out these four very easy things, the easier everything else becomes.
“Get to the point, Martha! What are they?”
So, here we go….
The Four Things You Must Know for an Easier Divorce and Recovery
1. What sucks for you right now? Be specific on this one.
2. What could make it easier for you? Be realistic on this one. No hitmen.
3. What do you want this year? Specific goals here. No lottery winning.
4. Who can help you along the way? No fairy godmothers. Or hitmen.
Seriously. Once you identify those four things, it will be so much easier to organize all the legal/financial/logistical divorce crap, identify the non-negotiables in your divorce, as well as give you the confidence and direction you deserve as you start over.
And when you identify those four things, give me a holler! I would love to hear from you to find out what you’re dealing with!
So please, email me or just hit “reply” to this email and let me know.
Next time, I’ve got a special treat for you all that can help you clarify those four things, as well as give you the kick in the ass you may need this time of year. Be on the look-out, because you’re going to love it.
Well, that’s all we have for now. But until we speak again, remember to take care of yourselves! You deserve it.
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