• You Must Love Yourself, Before You Love Another | #BehindTheBlogger

    You Must Love Yourself, Before You Love Another

    You know what one of the hardest things is? Learning how to love yourself all over again. Whether you went years without self love or you were in a toxic relationship. Point being, Loving yourself is the hardest thing to train your brain to do. But once you love yourself, you can’t stop. It’s the best reward you could ever give yourself. I’m a firm believer that you should give 100% to someone when you get into a new relationship. You need to be able to love every ounce of yourself, before you can pour your love into that relationship. There’s that period after you have a major break up…

  • Relationships

    5 Steps Helping You Find Your Love Again

    True love and soulmates, one of life’s greatest life goals. But, achieving it is easier said than done. The concept of love seems pretty simple between everyone, but our needs and expectations can easily get in the way and ruin a perfectly good relationship. Here are 5 steps helping you find your love again, these are based on my personal experience, but hopefully they be of some help to you. Go Through A Heartache. I know that sounds kinda crazy, but when you think about it. You need to be completely broken from love, in order to find what true love really means. I think having your heart broken is one…

  • 15 Things I Learned One Year After My Divorce

    15 Things I Learned One Year After My Divorce

    I met what I thought would be the answer to all my problems. But what I didn’t know at the time is people can’t fix problems, only you can fix your own problems. One year after my divorce by far was the hardest and I survived thus far. I thought I had everything planned out for when I was separated, I was pretty naive. Then I thought once I moved to North Carolina, everything would fall into place without flaw or problems. I would have my own place, I would have a full-time job, school & parent. Yeah, boy was that wrong, who was I kidding honestly. I was completely…

  • 10 Lessons I've Learned About Pain And Heartbreak

    10 Lessons I’ve Learned About Pain And Heartbreak

    They say you learn a lot through pain and heartbreaks. This can’t be more true! I wanted to make this post last year, but just didn’t feel like it was the right time. So here’s 10 lessons I’ve learned about pain and heartbreak. I don’t want to say that I’m the master of pain, struggles and heartbreaks, but I could definitely write a book about it. Pain & struggles come in all different sizes, in waves,  sometimes you’re up and sometimes you’re down. What the last 5 years have taught me was.. You can learn from your pains, struggles, heartbreaks and mistakes. It’s up to you how you handle those. I…

  • For the Other Woman - 5 Rules to Dating My Ex-Husband

    For the Other Woman – 5 Rules to Dating My Ex-Husband

    I have been wanting to post this series for awhile now, I mean. I’m sure I could write a book on the top, but we will stick with the 5 Rules to Dating my Ex-Husband. We have been “separated” 8 months now. 8 months.. may not seem like a long time, but let me inform you, it’s been a roller-coaster of a 8 months. These last 4 months can’t go by fast enough. In the state of VA, you have to be separated (living apart) for 12 months before you can file for divorce. Well during that time, you’re also not suppose to date other people, but who am I to…

  • The Day I Asked My Husband for a Divorce

    The Day I Asked My Husband for a Divorce

    I told myself that I wouldn’t let what happened the first time get that bad again, I saw that my husband was slipping away and I wasn’t sure why. If two people don’t try to make something better, it will not get better. One person can’t work on something, it’s a team effort and this team is breaking up. I asked my husband for a divorce, because I knew he already gave up on me on the inside. I Asked My Husband for a Divorce… What I learned from the first separation (almost divorce) was not to keep things bottled up, that whatever I may be going through, someone has…