Newsletter                                                            May, 2017

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God is Good - Journey Through Divorce

Even If

It is hard to believe my life changed forever nearly 5 years ago. This is not going to be my annual check in but a new song by Mercy Me has come out and it has made such an impact on me that I just can’t wait for June to share it.

Most of you have traveled with me on this journey over the past 5 years. To be honest, I’m surprised I’ve made it this far. I remember distinctly not wanting to make it through a single day. Then I had convinced myself that there was no way I would make it a year. It was not something I even thought about, I lived my life as if the end was around the corner. I couldn’t handle the thought of living a life without Jon so it just seemed natural that I wouldn’t. Making it past that first year was huge. I remember thinking Now What? That is when I began accepting that my life was not in my control and just because Jon’s life on earth was over, I was still here, breathing. And after awhile, with a lot of love from friends & family and counseling, I began to live forward again.

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Top Ten Tips for Co-Parenting- Part 7

Be Healed

Do not rush your healing process. When you first got married it was for better or worse. Obviously something terrible happened to get you in the place you are now in. Take the time to evaluate that and find your role in both the success and failures in your marriage. It is rarely a one-way street. Healing takes time. Do not rush it. Dive in and discover what there is to learn before moving on and involving others in your learning process.

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Featured Article:
Wayne Stock’s article  – Helping Preschool Aged Children With Divorce

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Words of Encouragement:

The Lord is close to the brokenhearted, and he saves those whose spirits have been crushed.              Psalm 34:18

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Wishing you a Blessed day,

Krista Smith

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