How to endure the storm *cough divorce cough*

This is how I get through a particularly vitriolic divorce.


We have to know our own worth.

We have to know the law or know someone who knows the law.

We have to be dealers in the truth.

We have to be resilient.

We have to be consistent.

We have to be patient.

We have to breathe.

We have to be still.

We have to be grateful for the journey.

We have to continue to learn and grow.

We have to recognise our blessings.

We have to hold on to the good.

We have to plan for happiness.

We have to embrace happiness at every opportunity.

We have to minimise negative influences.

We have to smile because we are content where we are.

We have to care for ourselves.

We have to put ourselves as a priority, at least once in a while.

We have to visualise the bamboo in a hurricane as it sways and lets the breeze through and causes no damage.

We have to trust there will be an end.

We have to believe there will be a new beginning.

We have to honour life as a joyous experience.


Author: Pollyanna Whyte

Single LDS Mormon Mum/Mom living in England. This is my blog on emotional health, fun, parenting, life, divorce, starting over, friends, family, church things, and budgeting. Stop by, tell us what you think, feel free to share (but credit the source please).

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