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    Steven Robinson

    Reclaiming Presence: A Roadmap to Embrace Change After Divorce

    The clouds were heavy, and the grey sky relentlessly bore down on the small home. One woman in particular was baring an intense weight of emotion - the first time in a long time she found herself alone after the sudden loss of her husband's long standing six-figure job. She was lost in her thoughts, she was left wondering what do when the future she carefully tailored seemed to vanish overnight.

    It was almost as if a charming illusion that gave the facade of luck and safety beneath them had faded altogether – the string of fate had snapped and with it the momentous notion of stability. The deed was done; her husband had been laid off and the secret of how to keep pushing forward was stirred in their minds with no solution to be found.

    As if time had stopped still for that moment after he break the news, she soon found her feet as she reassessed her new reality. Women today face loneliness, abandonment, and misberging emotions during or after a divorce. But she was determined not to move straight into despair and despair, but to search for something more.

    The lack of a financial foundation was initially concerning, but she soon realized that a man or a large career did not define her existence - she could take control and become self-determined.

    In times of darkness and turmoil, we can often be clouded by fear, anxiety, and sadness. It is essential to learn how to build yourself back up and redirect your thoughts to something more positive and productive.

    For starters, cultivating connections in the form of healthy relationships with family and friends may help restore a sense of purpose. Rediscovering hobbies and passions can work wonders too. Not only can these activities bring joy and productivity during tough times, but they also foster creativity, mindfulness and self-confidence. So rather than letting the situation bring her down and cowering into a corner, she refuses to give up her identity.

    Additionally, taking an educational course, attending events and seminars, or volunteering in your local community are priceless methods of self-growth, even if a hectic life schedule means you can only commit to a few hours each week.

    Moreover, normalizing the transition is important for recovery. Seeking out outside perspectives, such as professional counseling or health advice, can go a long way in helping you emotionally and mentally transit.

    Last but not least, cultivating a spiritual connection, whether through meditation or joining a faith-based organization,is a great way of gleaning appreciation for one’s self, even in hard times. This might include joining support groups and or reading articles online that addresses divorce matters, leaving room for compassion and understanding.

    Many roads will look uncertain and disruptive to one’s life when faced with a major transition such as a divorce. It is understandable to feel fear and distress, but strength comes in finding personal accountability as a new avenue to embrace. Taking this opportunity to relish new personalities, ideas and experiences can open our eyes to meaningful revelations on a path to true healing, fulfillment, and growth.

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