Heal yourself after divorce by helping others

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Healing by Helping Others

Today we’re going to talk about healing from your divorce through the act of helping others.  A simple act that can change the lives of others, but just as important, it can change your life as well.

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed with sadness after a marriage ends. Something that you thought would last forever is now gone. You’re dealing with a host of emotions that send you on a roller coaster every day.

One way some people have found helps them through this time is donation their time to a worthy project.

I know, you’re probably thinking, “who has time for that?” And maybe you don’t. If your children are small,  or you have a demanding job that requires many hours then you may already have enough on your plate.

This doesn’t have to be a time intensive project.

Even donating a few hours a month can produce a positive effect.

How will this help you?

You’ll feel good. Helping others is an easy way to feel good about yourself, and there is evidence that helping others can improve your health.  Studies have shown that it improves your self-confidence, combats depression, and can even help you stay physically active.

You’ll be distracted from your own problems and get your mind on helping someone or something that is bigger than you…bigger than your divorce.

You’ll see that no matter how big your problems are; there are always those who look to someone like you as a beacon of hope.  If you’re children are older this may be an activity you can do together. They’ll get the positive benefits, too.  This is a win/win/win situation for everyone.  Give it a try and let us know how it goes by posting below!

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Vicky Townsend is the proud mother of two amazing children, Kristen and Connor, and mother to two incredibly cute, and yet completely ill mannered dauschunds, Alfalfa and Froggy. Vicky is president and CEO of Inspiration University. Through Inspiration University, Vicky is able to help thousands of women across South Florida, grow their businesses, and increase their bottom line profitability. Vicky’s events inspire, motivate and inform women entrepreneurs to be their best and create the life they want.

After a series of painful divorces, Vicky’s passion and purpose let her to her newest venture “The Café’ D”, an on line respite site for those that find themselves going through the pain of divorce, providing them with referrals, resources and emotional support at a most difficult time in their lives. She’s also created “National Association of Divorce Professionals”, which connects those in the industry with one another and helps them expand their referral base amongst industry professionals.

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