Category: The twenty one days
Diary of the twenty one days we were apart, and boy did I get stronger
Memories: The twelve year old birthday card
Journal Entry: Eggshells
Journal entry: A New Year and I am afraid of where it will lead me
Journal Entry: ‘Trickle Truth’ – When did it really start?
Trickle Truth: A background story
The Surrender Part 2……
Day 22 The Surrender Part 1
Day 21- Repairing the Ramparts, & suddenly things take a turn
Wise. Witchy. Wonderful.
A lifestyle blog celebrating travel, creative expression and everyday magic
Magic all around
The Adventures of Jess
Drawing a line through 50
My journey to healing from my husbands affair
Published Author, Scriptwriter, Story Consultant, Speaker
Where books, movies, anger, confusion and musing live together in sin.
never judge a girl by her weight
We dance round in a ring and suppose, but the secret sits in the middle and knows. – Robert Frost
An honest and raw story of survival and recovery.
For my ancestors, for the earth.
Pain goes in, love comes out.
Inspirational, Motivational, and Heartwarming Stories
≈ fictionalpaper / piccoloscissors / creativeglue ≈
Married to a sex addict - lost in a world of questions
This is Your Quest - Your Mission to Find Happiness
Thoughts on my struggle to reconcile the husband and father I am and want to be
Kevin Godier's purges, blasts and blessings
How a Welsh terrier named Dylan turned my life upside down!
married sex addict in recovery
ReThinking Love & Sparing Hearts
Mad as a box of frogs? Most probably ... but if I can’t be perfect, then I’ll happily be fabulously imperfect!
My journey through the pain of betrayal in marriage, and what comes after.
Muffins, Coffee and this Blog
(...and some I have)
Fantastic Advices For Everyday
Breaking the Chain of Abuse to Find Healing
Life, love and destiny.
A inward journey in this outside world.
Letters & Resources for Affair Recovery
Infidelity, Healing, Faith, Betrayed, Hope - (Names* changes for sake of children)
Postcards from life lately. When life sends you a postcard, keep it safe, keep it close to your heart, let it warm your soul!
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