Dear Divorcée, -Walk in Your Personal Freedom

Walking in your personal freedom is necessary in order to move forward in the next chapter of your life. Today, I’m going to share 3 tips to help you begin to walk in your personal freedom.
1. Don’t be concerned with what other people think of you.

Others don’t even know the real you God designed you and he has a plan for your life. Make sure that you are mostly concerned with what you think what you desire and what that plan is that God has for your life because he does have a plan.
2. Look fear in the face and push past it. Fear is man’s greatest enemy. Fear locks your mind down. Fear stops you from dreaming. Fear keeps you from action and moving forward. Don’t allow fear to hold you back.
3. Know who you really are. Take time to revisit your true values, beliefs, and desires. Acknowledge your gifts and talents, and allow them to shine.
Going through a divorce, can strip you of your identity and so many parts of your life. 
Be encouraged, your life is not over. Begin to walk in your personal freedom.

Andrea M. Stuckey

Live Life Luvd
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Dear Divorcée, – Life is not over.

Life after divorce does not have to be a depressing turn of events. Though a divorce may be a negative and challenging situation, it is not the end-all be-all. I’m a proponent of looking at negatives and turning them into positives whenever possible. Divorce is worse than death. It can be a very traumatic experience without a doubt. Even with the roller coaster of emotions that you feel like you are on, I challenge you to look forward. Don’t keep looking back.
 This is a new chapter in your life and you have an opportunity to begin again, to love again, and to create the future that you desire. 

It’s not over.

Andrea M. Stuckey
Live Life Luvd

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Dear Divorcée, – Reflection Is Vital

Dear Divorcèe,

It is impossible to move forward if you do not reflect on what has happened in your past relationship and the foundations of your life. The truth is our past experiences in our childhood and early adult life have a huge contribution to who we have become those experiences are both positive and negative, but they have shaped us none the less.
Take time to reflect and look over your early life and your marriage. Identify your recurring challenges and begin to work on yourself in those areas. Those areas may be anger, bitterness, shame, guilt, procrastination, inconsistency, financial issues, jealousy or a host of other attributes that are not positive. 
You only have one you and one life. What is your desire for the next season of your life? You will have to invest in yourself and make some changes one step at a time.
There is still so much more life to live and you want to be ready for whatever life has to offer. 
“If nothing changes, nothing changes.”
Blessings, peace, and encouragement,
Andrea M. Stuckey
Live Life Luvd