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Divorce is an overwhelming experience. Your body is bombarded with a kind of stress that goes well beyond the surface and into the core of your being. It isn’t as simple as feeling run down, or having dark circles under your eyes from poor sleep. The stress that comes from loss and grief over separating from your partner in life is a kind of stress that takes its toll even as it goes unnoticed. As women, we are used to taking care of others, forgetting that we have to take care of ourselves, too. But during a divorce, it is crucial to take extra care of yourself, beginning with your mind.
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Monday, 17 June 2013 15:05
Two things a lady does not share; age and weight.  Well, I am not into taboo so here goes… 30 and 60kg’s!  Now with that behind us, let’s talk exercise and food!I love both in no moderation at all.  I guess the exercise bit helps me regulate the food bit at least.  I love cooking, baking and entertaining!  Flavours, textures, variety and experimentation in the kitchen is part of the bliss of life for me.  Food is fun, and we really are allowed to enjoy it, that’s what it was made for!  To sit together and feast and savour the delicacies, whiff in the scents and enjoy the experience preferably in company.  Is there anything better?
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Tuesday, 13 November 2012 07:37
Let's talk about weight, shall we? Yeah, yeah, we're all writing and commenting and visiting this wonderfully supportive site, and we're sharing our thoughts, fears, concerns, hopes and dreams. But what about our bodies? What wonderful changes can you expect when you move beyond divorce? Hmmm,&
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Friday, 26 August 2011 08:19
I have noticed that in reading the blogs, many times the words tired, depressed, not sleeping and other words describing our physical health are mentioned.  So, I thought I would share a few thoughts about nutrition, and supplements.I am not a nurse, doctor, or nutritionist. I am and have been&
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Wednesday, 17 August 2011 09:46
I admit it. Some days, my life is a complete mess — and I mean literally.My house is littered with toys. My home-cooked meals are usually warmed-up leftovers. My laundry baskets overflow. The cats are shedding like mad, and the floors need vacuuming. I'd mention the windows, but they're&
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Tuesday, 16 August 2011 08:43
I freely admit that this is not my own story. It's my nanny's story, but it's so good that I couldn't help but pass it along.Linda had been married for about 10 years, suffering from numerous health problems and their resulting fertility issues. She lived in a place where the services of a fertility&
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Tuesday, 09 August 2011 12:11
The decision to leave a marriage is always hard and in Amy's case, it was no different. Amy realized that she had stifled parts of her personality for so long that she didn't know who she was anymore.
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Saturday, 23 July 2011 08:37
Amy met her husband in acting class, they started dating and then got married. In a story stranger than fiction, it turns out that Amy married a hypochondriac who wouldn't sleep with her until after she showered.
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Saturday, 16 July 2011 08:52
I distinctly remember going through my closet after my divorce was finalized and purging. I even got rid of my wedding dress — something I have not regretted.My ex and I dated for three years, and we were married for another three before we divorced. I was 26, single, and my self-esteem was at&
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Friday, 15 July 2011 09:04
Shari Michael seemingly had it all--the kids, the great house, the husband and lots of nice things--but she wasn't fulfilled or happy in her marriage. Her turning point came when she lost her mother and sister to breast and ovarian cancer and discovered she, too, carried the gene for…
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Sunday, 19 June 2011 09:26