After the Breakup and When to Move On

After the Breakup and When to Move On

Breakups are hard enough and sometimes, as I have learned, just because you have ended a relationship doesn't mean you aren't still in love with a person. It may just mean you needed to move on to do what is healthy for you.

After a breakup, family members and friends will always have advice about when to move on. And many women waste-precious years looking backward or thinking that being alone is what is in the best interest of the children. Plus, let's be honest navigating kids and a new boyfriend can be tricky.

But take a lesson from Elizabeth Taylor and move on! No woman should deny herself, love. Not for fear of judgment, not for children, and not because she hasn't let go of something that already didn't work out.

Forward, ladies. Move forward.

Surviving and Thriving with Five Kids

Surviving and Thriving with Five Kids

My Non-Mom Friends who Just Don’t Get it

My Non-Mom Friends who Just Don’t Get it