Navigating Loneliness & Life Stage Transitions at the Holidays

Written by Dr. Danielle Delaney, Th. D.

Many call it “The most wonderful time of the year” and sometimes, it can be. But to be fair, for a large amount of people, the holidays bring a deep feeling of loss, longing, emptiness and pain. The reason? Well, society has basically banged us over the head with the idea that a happy family or marriage or partnership is the yardstick by which to measure all things. When we are in transition in any way, be it a divorce, job loss or change, change in relationship status, death of a loved one, ending of a friendship, ANY transition or change at all,...


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10 TED Talks That Anyone Considering Divorce Should Watch

If you’re preparing for divorce, you might be reluctant to seek outside input. After all, a troubled marriage can be a deeply isolating experience--and every unhappy marriage is unhappy in its own unique way. No matter why you’re seeking a divorce or how certain you are of your decision, it’s wise to learn from people who have been there, who have studied the topic, and who know how to thrive in the face of life’s challenges.


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Featured Article | The "F" Word (...the one you're scared of...)

Written By Featured Guest Blogger (and our friend) Elizabeth Winkler, MA LMFT

Fear is a common visitor as we face separation and divorce. Just the thought of the “F word” can be overwhelming and isolating. When I see clients frozen in fear, I like to turn the situation around where fear moves from being their foe to their friend. As you read this, keep in mind that I have redefined fear as a Friend Existing As Resistance. In this article for It’s Over Easy, my goal is to help fear become your guide out of chaos and into freedom.


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