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This is Why I Care About the Heartbroken

If you've read any of my books, you already know the answer to the question posed in the title. But if this is your first time on my website, let me explain why I have a heart for the heartbroken.

The short answer is that I was in a toxic marriage for almost 13 years and finally had the courage to leave. I made the decision on February 9, 2011. It was the hardest one I have ever made.

I didn't want a divorce, but my confidence was so low I wasn't sure I had the courage to live as a single adult. But eventually I knew I couldn't stay in that situation any longer. I was unhappy and unhealthy, but a shadow of the person I used to be.

Although I'd made the difficult decision to leave, my healing journey had only just begun. It was a long and bumpy road. But I healed, and so can you.

The things I share - like my blog posts and free eBook - are for your encouragement. And to reassure you that you're not alone.


Divorce or any kind of heartbreak is not the end. It often feels that way, but there is hope on the other side. If you want concrete strategies to help your recovery, you're welcome to join my newsletter by downloading the free eBook, purchase my books, or read my other blog posts.

If there's a particular recovery topic you'd like me to write about, please let me know. I'd be happy to write a blog post about it.

Know that I'm ready and able to be a voice of hope for the heartbroken.

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