Dealing with feelings of guilt and even regret after a breakup is a process that takes time. It also takes patience, acceptance and self-forgiveness to learn how to stop feeling guilty for hurting someone you love. These tips will help you replace guilt with forgiveness.
Yes, it's possible to live in peace even though you feel responsible or guilty for breaking up your marriage. These thoughts on dealing with guilt will help you cope with a painful separation or divorce. They're inspired by a reader's question on an article I recently wrote about divorce.
Are you staying in an unhealthy or even abusive marriage because you're a Christian? Perhaps you're struggling with the "God hates divorce" decree in the Bible. You may also be influenced by your Christian husband, pastor, or religious friends.
As a divorced (or divorcing) Christian you need strength, encouragement and comfort - and you found She Blossoms! That just goes to show how much God loves you.
Starting over at fifty may not be what you planned, but you have more - and more valuable! - assets than you realize. Instead of thinking you're too old or too tired to start over as a woman over 50 or 55, focus on what you do have and what you can do.
Accepting that he broke up with you is hard. Getting past the pain of a broken heart is even harder because it literally feels like you're dying. When my boyfriend broke up with me, I thought I’d never get over it. I didn't think I'd ever be loved again -- or that I'd even want to love someone else. The pain was all I could see.