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Encouraging Words From Your Peers

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The good and the bad make us who we are.  Focus on yourself and your kids.  Show them and teach them you are more important than a toxic relationship.  Focus on the woman you want to be and not who you were with him or who you would be if you were still together.  Love yourself... (read more)

Be strong, find support from friends, family and counsellors and pull through.  You will find the strength you need inside.  My ex-husband is much nicer now after the divorce.  Time will tell.  All the best and always remember the best is still to come... (read more)

That no contact rule really does work. Don't let him get to you.  In the long run you'll be doing so much better.  There is only one man that I bow to and that is the Lord.  Don't dwell on him too much.  Do something for yourself that you haven't been able to for a while now, and always wanted ... (read more)

I know how hard it is to get going again.  Your hearts are breaking and you feel like crawling under a rock and never coming out again.  You can allow yourselves that much, but don't let it get a hold of you and fall into a deep depression.  Think about the future and what you can do for yourself.  If there's a will, there's a way.  You may not think you're strong enough to go on, but how will you know if you don't use the strength you have now?  You're a lot stronger... (read more)

You have truth on your side.  Don't forget it! Believe in what you have to say and remember you are doing this for peace.  You deserve that.  How much more will they let him do to you?  Hasn't he done enough?  You don't need or want to be the victim.  Truth, plain and simple.  Hold your head high and know we are thinking of you... (read more)