I have 4 words for you: “You Have The Power”
Keep these 4 words in mind when you’re struggling through the 3 Stages of Divorce.
The 3 Stages of Divorce are:
#1: Thinking About It
#2: Going Through It
#3: Life After Divorce
If you’re struggling during these 3 stages, you have the power to make it easier on yourself and everyone involved while you are on this journey.
10 ways that you are making your divorce harder than it needs to be are:
If you see yourself choosing any of these 10 choices, you are making your divorce harder than it needs to be because these really are a choice that you're making, whether consciously or subconsciously. Here are 3 questions you can ask yourself that will help during your journey:
These 3 questions are the first steps to retraining your mind to understand your beliefs about how “YOU” have the power over the choices you are making in your life.
It doesn't matter if you're thinking about getting divorced, faced with starting the divorce proceedings, in the middle of a divorce or trying to put your divorce behind you - divorce can create a virtual roller coaster of fears, anxieties, and emotions that can leave your life tossed around like a raft at sea. It doesn't matter if you initiated the divorce or your spouse did, it doesn't matter if you are in favor of the divorce or dreading it; bottom line - your life is forever changed.
The good news is, “YOU” have the power to make this change can work in your favor.
Understanding what your beliefs are, around the topic of divorce, can help you understand why you are reacting the way you are. Once you understand where our beliefs come from, you then have the power to continue with that belief or eliminate the belief once you see how it’s holding you back.
You truly do have the power to walk your journey through the 3 Stages of Divorce as an empowered woman. If you are struggling, when do you think would be a good time to stop making it harder than it needs to be?
Nancy Mueller ~ The Mastering Your Beliefs Sensei
SENSEI: (sen - say) teacher; Sen means "before" and Sei means "born." The literal meaning of the Japanese word is "one who is born before"; thus, the one who is born before you is your teacher. This refers less to chronological age (some of my teachers have been young enough to be my children) than to the teacher's wisdom: In spiritual terms he or she is my elder, and thus my teacher.
My Mission: to enjoy my health, know my self, value my wealth and have daily conversations that motivate, inspire and empower others who would like to experience the same.