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You Are Not Alone in Your Recovery


If you're struggling with divorce recovery, you might feel alone. I know I did. There weren't many in my life at the time who had been what I'd been through - either in marriage or post-divorce. If you feel alone, that's normal but it's not true. According to one website, in Canada alone, there were 2.78 million that divorced in 2022. That's a lot of people who are dealing with the aftermath of a broken marriage.


It's a difficult transition, there is no doubt about it. No matter how long you were married, you who were one are now two again. It's no wonder divorce hurts so much.


It's often the case that when we're in pain, we isolate ourselves from others. Is that true of you? Are you less social than you used to be? Does the pain in your heart cause you to prefer your own company rather than the company of others? If so, I understand!

 

Let me encourage you that being with others at least some of the time might help you with your recovery. If you have supportive people in your life, talk to them. Tell them you're struggling. This was something that helped me begin to see light at the end of the tunnel. I admitted to a group of women that I was struggling, that I wasn't okay. It was a relief to be accepted and supported.


Is that something you need right now? A safe place to be yourself where you can take the mask off and share your true feelings? If you don't have that in person, you're welcome to join my support group forum right here on this website. It's a free group for women. If this sounds like where you want to be, click to join https://www.jennyealexander.com/.../called-to.../discussion


I'd love to see you there. I'd love to offer you support. I know at least some of what you're going through, having been divorced myself. There is hope on the other side of divorce. I know, because I'm proof.


You are not alone.


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