Ten Ways Your Divorce Will Make You a Better Person

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10 ways your divorce will make you better

Who knew that going through something so devastating can make you a better person?  Like a butterfly that struggles to get out of its cocoon to get the blood supply to it’s wings so it can fly, you too, are struggling to show your inner beauty, and inner strength.  Here are a few of the things that you will discover after your divorce; 

You’ll be free to make your own choices.

You can empathize with others going through hard times.

You’ll learn your own strength

You’ll show your children that love between two adults needs to be functional and loving

You will grow through it

You will discover your ability to survive

You deserve a loving and happy relationship

You are brave

You are flexible

You are better than a bad divorce

What else have you learned through your divorce?  Please comment 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.

4 COMMENTS

  1. i learn that after 20 years the hard core old school values
    My wife and I had about our marriage vows
    Such as never give up on you partner always
    Support your spouse through good and and
    Bad obviously didn’t really mean a damn thing
    To her!!!

  2. I have learned how to say “no”, hard to do when you are married and r he other person wants to do something.

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