I was divorced more than 20 years ago, long before I was saved. When I accepted Christ, I went through so many changes. (That’s an understatement, right?) I experienced a lot of regret for choices I made in my young adult life – like giving up on my marriage so easily.
Unfortunately, while we’re given a new heart and the opportunity to renew our minds – we don’t get a complete do-over. Christians have to live with the consequences of their past decisions as much as anyone else and for me, that meant a lifetime of co-parenting with an ex-husband.
My divorce wasn’t awful. My ex and I weren’t good friends but we weren’t sworn enemies either. Still, being divorced and raising kids is tough. Some of the most awkward times were around the holidays.
Faydra, America’s Divorce Coach, has launched a resource designed to help families struggling with divorce and its aftermath. It’s called Surviving the Holi-Daze and I think it’s going to be meeting a real need in our world.
The holidays are full of pressures and stress in the best of times. Add a divorce in your family and everything gets more complicated.
I’ve asked Faydra to join me for a free webinar to share some of her best holiday survival tips and answer your questions too. She said yes!
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