Elizabeth Denham Author, Relationship Expert, Humorist, Advocate of Finding Your Voice
Life is hard. We all know it. We all experience it. And often, we fight it. Fight the hard. Fight the struggle. We don't embrace the bad with the good and we are unhappier for it. In my first book, I talk about “those who fail to embrace their own reality.” These are the people who struggle with acceptance of their situations whether it is divorce, custody arrangements, employment, dating relationships or any other area of life. I believe that the ability not only to accept your situation, but to embrace and to learn from it is the only way you can begin to set and follow your own path and to find sustainable happiness. Then, you can find the peace, joy, happiness, and even humor...even when it's really, really hard.
Here is the post that began journey: I get the phrase. That which doesn't kill you makes you stronger. I believe it. But I am to the point where if I get any stronger, I should be granite. Divorce, sick child, moving twice in 2 years with 3 small children, maintaining sanity post-divorce, maintaining sanity of children post-divorce... I mean, how strong does a person really need to be? Apparently I needed some work. And now, I am feeling like the lesson is learned and I'm good. So stop trying to kill me! Read more.
Please join me in my journey to start 2022 off with a new perspective and new goals. If you have a topic you'd like to discuss or you are going through it after the last few years, please reach out through the contact form here.