Live Your Life Even After A Broken Heart

 

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I opened up my heart again, which was so unexpected. After being divorced for five years, and right now, at age forty-six, I never thought that I would be in love with someone again, you could say that I closed my heart six years ago when my ex-husband left me for another woman. I guess, back then, I made a vow to myself that I wouldn’t get myself involved again because the heartache was devastating. My mind told my heart – “No falling in love,” which is why I never had a real relationship until now. And it is scaring the heck out of me!

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No More Heartaches, No More Stress

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I recently learned that I could not stress myself with all the heartaches that come my way. If I do that, I am the one who loses so much. Why and how come? Well, it will affect me mentally, emotionally, and psychologically. If the causes of that heartache will derail my head, then, it will also disturb my physical health. I will be depressed and anxious, which I don’t want to happen. That’s why I choose which heartaches will linger for a little bit in my heart, and which I blow off to decrease my problems.

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Single Parents: How To Fit In A “Me” Time – Part 2

 

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This is the second part of a 2-part blog series titled – Single Parents: How To Fit In A “Me” Time. Some parents think that it’s impossible because taking care of the kids and working eight to ten hours a day will take a toll on your health. This is true, but you have to combat this way of thinking. If you are stressed and pressured, you will really be fatigued. Fight it, and you have to win against these mental health issues.

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Single Parents: How To Fit In A “Me” Time – Part 1

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If you’re a single parent of at least three kids, you will understand what I mean by “I want my ME time.” I have five kids, three of them teenagers, and two of them middle schoolers. It’s an understatement when I say, “They are giving me a hard time.” Most days, they are making me so crazy that I don’t know how I can even handle it. I need to relax, and I need some adult interaction aside from my workmates. Being a single parent is just a difficult life, I’d say that.

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