Author Archives: Heather Debreceni


3 Reasons Why Divorce Doesn’t Make You A Failure

As you reflect back upon your marriage, you will undoubtedly see those “should” moments. Those moments when “you should have known ____ was happening.” And it is perfectly natural to have them, however if you choose to stay in the “should” and beat yourself up for something you can’t change now, know that you are choosing to stay there. If you choose to see those moments as opportunities to learn from instead of condemning yourself for a situation that you can no longer change, you will succeed at creating a new life where those moments become a distant memory. A memory of a life you hardly recognize.

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5 Steps To A Stronger Post Divorce You

At first in your marriage, the erosion to your core strength and power probably started off slow. It usually starts with a not-so-gentle blow to your self-esteem in the form of an unkind word that isn’t so easily forgotten or a mild/aggressive gesture of disrespect. You can create a strong version of yourself that is more complete and able to put the pieces back together in a way that celebrates your different but healthier form.

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3 Professional Co-Parenting Stategies

Become the Professional Co-parent Your Children Deserve! Don’t wait until things turn sour, embody your role as a powerful co-parenting partner.

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Reblog Author DGKaye-3 Simple Words

Building #SelfWorth – #Broken #Children I read this amazing post and had to reblog it. I was very fortunate to grow up in a home where the words I love you, occurred as frequently as breath.  Although my parents were divorced, my mom was always aware of how fragile a young girls sense of self-worth…

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Infidelity: It Happened To Me Too

5 Questions That Will Help You Move Past Your Exes Infidelity. I would love to be unable to write about moving past infidelity from a personal perspective. Sadly, I can’t.  In fact, when asked to address this topic, I hesitated because I was embarrassed to even think about my experience. I felt as though admitting…

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A step towards putting your divorce in your past

Put Your Divorce In Your Past

The time immediately following divorce can be really hard.  There are so many changes to get used to and so many tasks to learn how to do on your own.  Taking the time to adjust to all of these changes is both “normal” and healthy. But what happens when you stay there, stuck in that…

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Divorced And Christian. Am I A failure?

When I first got divorced, I had just started to explore Christianity.  I seriously struggled with the idea that I was already a failure as a Christian because I was divorced. My desire to fully understand the impact that my failed marriage would have on my ability to be a good Christian combined with my…

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Get Your Budget on Track and Under Control After Divorce! Chaos to Calm Interview with Jessi Fearon

Get Your Budget on Track and Under Control After Divorce! Chaos to Calm Interview with Jessi Fearon. I have been blessed to interview amazing experts on everything from dating after divorce to co-parenting to financial planning as part of the Empowered Divorce Summit.  Unfortunately, there are a significant number of expert who aren’t able to…

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How I Broke Free Of My Divorce Isolation

After my first divorce (yes… yes… I still love having to number them), I realized how incredibly isolated and lonely my life had become.  I had very few friends left after my marriage.  Eventually, I had become ashamed at the state of my life.  I hated the thought of sharing my story with others.  This…

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