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Mia’s Story

My Comfort Zone

August 11, 2010

Here’s the latest from Mia. If you missed the beginning of her story catch up here. But first, she’s been dating. And having a lot of fun but now that the adrenaline is wearing off she’s doing a lot introspection about her pattern – her comfort zone. My Comfort Zone (may be a speed zone) […]

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Mia’s Story Part III

February 12, 2009

Facebook, girlfriends, and The Other Woman (just when I thought she was gone) By Mia Now that I have some time on my hands I was finally convinced to join Facebook. “A way to reconnect”…” to get to know people you had forgotten about”… none of this sounded appealing to me at all. But I […]

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Mia’s Story, Part II

January 29, 2009

Discovering Me By Mia So now that I am feeling better about what has happened to my relationship I seem to be strangely aware. I am realizing that things are changing, along with the rise of my spirit. Like roaches, I will notice things in the house that belong to him – shaving cream still […]

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Mia’s Story, Part I

January 6, 2009

One thing about a divorce or separation is the division of everything in the house. Some things go. Some stay. Unlike the broken pieces of our hearts and souls… we can control our environment. Undoubtedly one of the best ways to heal is to change things up. Paint. Decorate. Anything to get out with the […]

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A Letter To the “Other Woman”:

December 23, 2008

Because it just has to be said. Last week I broke the news that my best friend Mia’s boyfriend and the father of her child is moving out. Catch up here if you missed it. Your responses were overwhelming and she read every one of them. Your thoughts, encouragement and advice meant the world to […]

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Joining the club.

December 16, 2008

She’s been my best friend my entire life. And now, she’ll be a single mom. Her boyfriend of six years and the father of their four-year-old daughter is moving out – the catalyst – an affair he’s been having with a young co-worker. On Saturday night she called me, her voice hushed and fringing on […]

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