The month of Mother’s Day can dredge up some hard experiences of divorcing without children and facing the death of a dream. Continue reading Divorce when you don’t have children
Anyone who has read my previous two ‘Out of Control’ posts will know my love of a plan… I just like to know where things are headed and how they might get there. Three years ago today I embarked on … Continue reading Out of Control Extreme Edition
I can be quite close to tears at the best of times but tearing up on the tube is a new one, even for me. I wasn’t reading, or watching an emotive clip of someone’s heartfelt altruism on Facebook, someone … Continue reading The Kindness of Strangers
When I read this post I kicked myself for not writing this sooner. The fact that God is not a genie has been in my mind for years. It’s been hard to write for reasons that will perhaps become clearer. … Continue reading God is not a genie
12 points go to…Jo! I did once live with Jo so perhaps this is as political as the douze points of Eurovision. So. Zoom. It was important to me to end the alphabet on a note of hope, but a … Continue reading A-Z of Divorce: Z is for…Zoom
Last month I applied for a job I desperately wanted for a third time. The first time I didn’t know I wanted it. Second time, I narrowly lost out to my best friend, a worthy winner. Third time round, I … Continue reading Anticipating Disappointment
The furore around the Beckhams got me thinking. Are they divorcing? Aren’t they? What happened? This isn’t really what I’m thinking personally – I don’t know them and it’s none of my business. I feel sorry for anyone experiencing that, … Continue reading So What Happened? The intrigue and inquisitiveness in separation and divorce.