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The Surprising Reasons Why I’m Thankful for My Divorce
It’s Thanksgiving. The time of year when we pause to remember and mark all the things in our life we are thankful for.
I can count so many things this week as I pause to consider what I have to be thankful for. The blessings are way too numerous to count. But one of the things I’m thankful for this year?
I’m thankful for my divorce and the many gifts hidden inside that darkness.
I’m thankful for the friends and family that my divorce has actually brought me closer to.
Sometimes, a difficult situation can bring people together, and my divorce has definitely brought me closer to several friends and family members who reached out during the stress of my divorce. Some had been through a divorce and understood how cut off and alone I felt. Others just sensed that I needed someone.
I’ve reconnected with old friends and the bonds are even stronger because I’ve been so honest and raw about my train wreck of a life.
And I met new people. In real life and online.
I made friends who were in a similar place and bonded over shared concerns of kids, custody and navigating being newly single.
I made friends through my divorce blog, bonding over coffee with other bloggers and shared horror stories of divorce attorneys.
I’m thankful to divorce for teaching me I’m not a wimp.
I used to think that I was weak. I mistook my own kindness and empathy for other people as weakness. Only after soldiering on through divorce. Only after crying all night and wondering if I’d end up living out of the backseat of my Toyota Prius, did I understand the sheer force of my own determination. My own core of steel.
Wimp. No way. Far from it.
Thank you divorce for introducing me to that incredibly strong unshakeable woman who lives within me.
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