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More Power Than We Know

I talk a lot about relational tools and emotional sanity and healing and hope. Knowing that a woman is hurting and that there is something she can do about it to make her circumstances steadier or her heart more peaceful by turning to God is what keeps me going day in...

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Divorced & Anti-Divorce

I have haters. I don’t really care about them all that much anymore, but I've got them. Over the past few years, I have received some horrible messages: You hate men! I don’t, I love men…well, allow me to rephrase…in general I respect good men and I love my man....

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7 Days of Prayer for the Separated/Divorced

Though I don’t believe that prayer is like having a genie in a bottle grant you all your wishes, I do believe that prayer is mysterious and even magical in its own way. It connects us to Something bigger and outside ourselves, to Someone in control of all the things...

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Crazy Ex-Girlfriends & Bitter Ex-Wives

Yeah, I’ve been both. I didn’t grow up wanting to be either. It’s not like it was a goal of mine or something on my to-do list to become this otherworldly reactionary woman who shape-shifted based off the actions of her boyfriend or husband, but I did. And I’m...

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Jesus is Not My Boyfriend

NOTE FROM ELISABETH: THIS POST WAS ORIGINALLY WRITTEN EIGHTEEN MONTHS' AFTER MY DIVORCE. Jesus is a lot of things to me.  Like, seriously, a lot of things. Let me first say, in case you haven’t picked up on this yet, that I believe Jesus is real.  That he really...

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Getting UnStuck

We were on a beach. In Florida. In January. The sun was high up in the sky, a light breeze coming off the Gulf of Mexico, 76 degrees. I was sitting next to my love. We’d been there for three days. Everything was perfect. Circumstantially. But I took a deep breath and...

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Is Divorcing with Dignity Even a Thing?

A friend of mine asked me for my divorce timeline – who divorced who, the events surrounding it all.  I took a few minutes to attempt to sum up about three years in a handful of bullet points and sent it to her, saying she could ask me anything else she wanted to....

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