Apple Banana Stew In Cinnamon Sauce

  Ingredients 1/3 cup honey 1/2 tsp. lemon juice 1/4 tsp. vanilla extract 1/4 tsp. cinnamon 1/4 cup water 1 tablespoon corn starch 2 apples, chopped 1 banana   Instructions Mix water and corn starch together until corn starch is dissolved. In skillet, pour water/corn starch, lemon juice, honey, vanilla, and cinnamon. Turn skillet on medium until sauce begins to warm and blend. Add chopped apples and bananas and stir to coat with the sauce. Continue to cook over low heat Read more [...]

Awaken Kundalini with Yoga Spinal Twists

    Awaken Kundalini with Yoga Spinal Twists AnmolMehtaCom Uploaded on Nov 26, 2011       This exercise is excellent for the lower back and spine. There are several hand positions that can be used for this pose. The one that is best for stimulating Kundalini at the base of the spine is the third variation I have demonstrated in this video. In that variation the fingers are interlaced and arms are behind you, with the hands pulled away from the lower back. Then one Read more [...]

Blended Family Quotes #2

Blended Family Quotes #2 “It’s important for wives and ex-wives to realize that you don’t have to be the arch rival or the best friend with the each other. There is a middle ground and often times, that’s the safest position to be in.” ~ Kela Price “One of the most beneficial results of self-care is an increased ability to love others which allows us to care for ourselves more gently and completely.” ~ Sue Patton Thoele, author of The Courage to be a Stepmom “Step parenting is like Read more [...]

The No Contact Rule!

      The No Contact Rule!   1. No calls, no texts, no emails, no smoke signals, no carrier pigeons. Make a list of every nasty hurtful thing they said and did to you and keep a copy near every communication device you own. 2. No “accidental” meetings (if you can help it). Change your routine. Go to the gym at a different time or on different days. Find an alternate sports pub. Go to a different grocery store. Yes, it’s unfair that you have to change your lifestyle Read more [...]

Diary of Abuse October 2000

    He’s been nice while his mom has been here. He helps cook and clean. He still won’t let me take the car myself, he drives me to and from work. There has been no yelling for a few days, its so nice. As I was coming out of work tonight one of the guys threw a cup out the window and hit me with it just joking around. I started laughing at him and got in the car. I knew as soon as I saw Roger’s face I had just messed up. He started yelling at me and asking me how long I had been Read more [...]

Divorce Coping Tip of the Day – A Pocket of Silence

    Occasionally, it’s all you can do to put one foot in front of the other and step forwards. The appeal in staring at the wall trying to make sense of it all is overwhelming, and to be honest, it doesn’t hurt to indulge in a little nothingness every now and again. Anybody that says, “Ah, come on, pull yourself together, life’s too short” and other irritating positives, hasn’t got a clue how deep your pain is. Sometimes, a pocket of silence, slowness or stillness is all Read more [...]

Let Go of Plans

    Try to let go of any plans of great substance you had with your ex-partner. Be they building a house from scratch, going on a world cruise, or climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.  They are best laid to rest with the relationship. However, you can now plough bountiful energy into re-hatching those plans, or better still, into forging entirely new adventures that better fit you and your new circumstances. Conquering Mount Everest would give you an equally enormous sense of achievement Read more [...]

Post Divorce Christmas Part 1 – The First Post-Divorce Christmas

The First Post Divorce Christmas The First post-divorce Christmas is never easy, especially if you have children. Fortunately, having children can help you feel better when you focus on their needs instead of your own. But what happens when the newly single person doesn’t have any children? Here are a few suggestions to ensure that you have a great Christmas and enjoy the holiday spirit. Follow the below suggestions and have a great Holiday Season! • Try to find ways to enjoy your Christmas Read more [...]

Divorce Source Radio Episode “NLP Combined with Divorce Coaching Helps Get Over Divorce Faster”

    Divorce Source Radio Episode   “NLP Combined with Divorce Coaching Helps Get Over Divorce Faster” Originally aired July 23, 2012       Podcast: Play in new window | Download     This episode of Divorce Source Radio with Steve Peck features Liz Becker, a Master Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner (NLP) and a Divorce/Life Coach. Liz combines her divorce Coaching and NLP skills in an attempt to peacefully assist people through the unpleasant Read more [...]

Decide What YOU Want to be a Vulture or Hummingbird?

    It is time for you to decide what you want to be. Do you want to be like a vulture going around looking for death and destruction or would you prefer to be a hummingbird in search of the sweet nectar of life? When you keep reliving the past in your mind with anger aimed at your ex over the end of your relationship, you are devoting too much time and destructive energy with thoughts like the proverbially vulture. Whenever the negative thoughts creep into your mind, identify them, Read more [...]