Hey there! It’s me, Nancy…
Every life is packed with stories worth telling, and no one can tell them better than the person who lived them. However, when you sit down to put it all into writing the blank page is the most intimidating yet inspiring part of any writing project.
You have a record of life filled with good, bad, sad, encouraging, hopeful, painful, and courageous memoir. Your memoir is more than an autobiography that chronicles your existence, it’s your life on a page full of description and dialog, a window of your past.
It requires a kind of courage that few are willing or even able to muster. To say “What I once believed to be a fundamental truth I now see a misperception on my part.”
Is to literally let go of your own personal history.
To change not only your current behaviors but to take on a new set of truths that requires you to admit that those old truths were indeed lies. Lies that perpetuated a way of life that almost always led to disaster in one form or another.
This act of owning up to the false beliefs of your past and adopting new truths is a true act of courage.
We are all phenomenal human beings with courage inside of us.
Be grateful for each moment of life, even though you are in discomfort. Replace your fears with love, it is a new celestial kind of love brought about the courage to just be yourself and treasure your own magnificence.
Divorce is one of those moments.