I did another reach-out to my community to hear about some of the things they’re struggling with as they continue to heal from divorce.
You are not the person you were in your marriage, and part of the recovery process is figuring out who you are today.
Having self-confidence in who we are and showing up authentically is how we get to build the life that we want going forward.
How do we deal with our relationships with in-laws? Why do we have to put kids in the center of everything? How can we create affirmations that resonate?
In this episode, I continue with the What Would Wendy Do series and answer more of your questions!
Three Things You’ll Love About This Episode
How to put the children at the center of our relationships with ex-in-laws One of the challenging things about divorce is the change in relationships with our in-laws. When children are involved, we have to be able to put hard feelings aside. It’s not about getting even, it’s about putting the kids in the center so they don’t suffer.
Why we don’t have to feel alone Feeling alone is a choice. There are so many ways we get to create companionship when your kids are at their other parent’s home. We create the life we live and the experience we have based on what we tell ourselves, and we can tell a different story and create a space we love to spend time in.
How to build our own self-confidence The person you are today is not the person you were in your marriage. You get to re-establish your relationship with your ex based on your own boundaries and values.