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Finding Forgiveness After Your Divorce with Elizabeth Ann Atkins

If we know anything about divorce, it’s that if you’re not completely on the same page, you’re likely going to carry some blame baggage with you into your new, post-divorce life. The size of that baggage might just determine the pace at which you’re able to find peace for yourself along the way. 

That’s why we’re kicking off season seven of the podcast talking about forgiveness. You’ll be tempted to hold a grudge. You’ll be taunted by thoughts of vengeance. But the one thing that’s going to help you get to the other side of the emotional mountain of your divorce is going to be your ability to forgive. Understanding forgiveness is all about understanding control, your inability to control your former spouse, and your ultimate goal of overcoming resistance in favor of peace. 

To help us through it all we welcome back our old friend Elizabeth Ann Atkins, America’s Book Coach and author of more than 40 books, wellness coach, and co-host of MI Healthy Mind, the emmy-nominated TV talk show in Michigan with a focus on shattering stigma around mental illness, addiction, and abuse. We’re talking about the tools you’ll need to employ to forgive others — and yourself — and finding your next step after divorce. 

Links & Notes

Seth Nelson is a Tampa based family lawyer known for devising creative solutions to difficult problems. In How to Split a Toaster, Nelson and co-host Pete Wright take on the challenge of divorce with a central objective — saving your most important relationships with your family, your former spouse, and yourself.
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