Faith….My Road to Recovery after Divorce

Running Late today.  No time to post a Monday Morning Motivation so I posted something from my Recovery Blog.  Monday Morning Motivation will follow, just not on Monday and not in the morning:-)

It has not been an easy since I have been put on the path toward divorce.  There are many hurdles.  In the beginning it was the shock and depression and the disbelief of abandonment.  In the months to follow it has been an effort to continue to function as I had before, plus, taking on the added responsibilities that were thrust upon me.  I have what I call "my people".  Lawyers, CPA's, Digital Forensics Specialists, Private Investigators, Bankers.  What a huge help they were to me.  I have my friends that have been so supportive and helpful to me.  What a God sent they have all been.  I have God, who I rely on more then I ever have and I have seen little miracles….Amazing:-)
I have met many women in similar situations.  I come across someone else in my boat nearly every day. I hear their stories and can feel their pain, their anger, their hurt.  I hear how their families were devastated. There are so many of us on this journey.  Not of our choice but we find ourselves on this road none the less.
So what do we do?  Keep busy, go out with friends, give the situation to God and talk to Him constantly.  Don't let it change who you are!
"May your unfailing love rest upon us Lord.  Even as we put our hope in you"
Psalm 33:20
Take it one day, sometimes one second, at a time and put your trust in God


  1. Divorce is one thing no one ever wishes to go through. It can really tear you apart. It’s a good thing that you have people who supported you throughout this ordeal, who guided you and make you understand the whole process. Somehow, it’s a relief and it probably made you stronger. And you’re right when you said that it must not change who you are; it really should not. Divorce may be a tragic event in your life, but it’s also an opportunity for you to have a second chance, a chance to find your true happiness in your life. Thanks for inspiring us.

    William Pender @ Guest & Brady

  2. That’s the spirit, Kathy! Divorce can be a painful process, but don't let it pull you down. Thankfully, you received all the help you needed in your faith, family and friends. A strong support group can go a long way in making the moving on part a bit easier. Stay strong!

    Joanne Krueger @ Kurtz & Blum


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