Making life transitions are nothing new to you. You have passed through them many times in your life; for example, think of a time when growing up and you had to move to a new location. It was hard leaving friends and family or when you went to college or started your new job or career. Some other major transitions are when you got married and the arrival of your first child. Maybe you experienced a serious illness or death of a loved one.
This new life transition after divorce means questioning your life’s purpose, and what you are now meant to do in this new life that is spreading out before you.
This transition is no different except for the fact that now you are the author of your journey, and you get to decide what chapters to pen in your book of life. THE TIME IS NOW because life and short and you have so much more to be, do, and have.
In the pic are famous women all except for one–me. All these women suffered from the ravages of divorce and reinvented themselves and went on to live their best life. Some were financially broke and broken. Some were single mothers and started in menial jobs. Some lived in their husband’s shadow.
Each of these women got divorced and moved on to reach new heights in their lives and careers. They didn’t let the new life transition that they had to face stop them from reconnecting and reacquainting themselves with who they are now and who they envision themselves to be. They reinvented themselves. They created a plan and then did the work to make it so.
IF THEY CAN DO IT, SO CAN YOU.
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