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2014 In Review – At Least Statistically???

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.   I couldn’t help but take a look to see how “we” had done this past year.  We all want to think we’re making progress, getting smarter, learning more, healing the hurts, etc.  What surprised me was that I’ve gone “International”.  Cool!  That just goes to show you how wide spread the healing needs go, the women it needs to reach.

Thanks for sharing my thoughts with others, thanks for sharing the blog site address with others and as always, thanks for your feedback and comments.  That’s when I really know I’m touching other lives, and they are touching mine – when you comment back.

Hoping your Holidays were wonderful and that 2015 will bring each and every one of us New Beginnings.  For me, 2015 will bring me a new Grandbaby in June, and a new Daughter ‘N Law in September.  Blessings to you all, see you “next year”!!

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 790 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 13 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

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You’re Not Alone – – –

I used to find one of the hardest things to deal with “post” divorce, was how alone I felt.  There was constant doubt of “what could I have done different”, etc. that took me a long time to realize the answer was NOTHING!  The shortcoming was not mine, it was his.

However, you still wonder if anyone else ever feels that same “lost” and “alone” feeling and how they deal with it?   Many keep it hidden, many allow it to drive them crazy, some feel comfortable getting it out there in the open and talking about it with family, friends, clergy, counselors and therapists.  We all deal differently but the key to remember is you are not alone and there are so many others out there going through this life altering experience.

When I see interviews like this, it reminds me that even those we perceive as beautiful and perfect still have broken hearts and loneliness.  Please enjoy this snippet of an interview I came across with Jane Seymour after her divorce.  They seem to have met in common ground and have a healthy relationship.  Not all of us are that fortunate.

This is certainly one of the times during the year that it’s brought so forward in our attention of being “alone”.  Cling to those who make you smile and laugh and bring you joy during the Holidaze!!  Wishing you great peace and prosperity in 2015!!

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/12/12/jane-seymour-divorce_n_6315274.html?ncid=txtlnkusaolp00000592

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