Sharing Their Stories: Women Supporting Women
Meet Elizabeth. She could be your neighbor, your friend, or the stranger passing you on the street. Elizabeth has been through her mulligan and is ready to share advice and the best lessons learned. She hopes that some of her words resonate with you and propel you to embrace your next chance. Elizabeth is the voice of a woman who would like to remain anonymous to be completely open and vulnerable with you.
Sharing a divorce story is not easy, but the women who have been through it are strangers to challenge. Society often sees divorce as a failure, and I applaud the women who step up to the plate, sharing their most vulnerable moments in the hope of inspiring other women. Divorce isn’t the end; it’s just the beginning. The women sharing may have instigated a divorce, been caught off guard, or embraced a ‘conscious uncoupling.’
I invite you to read their stories, and when you are ready, I invite you to share your own.
I was married at 18 and divorced when I was 22, with a little boy to raise. I put myself through college while all of
Do you ever feel like you are the one trying to ‘resuscitate’ your relationship and breathe life into it when things start to go stale?