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Find Your Happy Place

Find Your Happy Place Divorce Direction

Find Your Happy Place

Aaaahhhh my happy place!

As I write this, I’m relaxing in a hammock at the end of a pier in magical Bacalar Lagoon.

Everybody has a different vision for what creates their own unique happy place. And sometimes the happy place reality that we can actually create at any given time may differ from that vision. And this reality may change depending on what’s going on in our life at that moment.

But consider your transition into a new reality as you enter from one stage of your life as a married person now entering a new dimension as a single person. This may seem scary or daunting at the beginning, especially if you were not the one to want to leave your marriage. Or it may be a new and exciting prospect full of endless possibilities.

Either way, try and wrap your brain around the concept of divorce as a new beginning as opposed to an ending. Consider it a gift – a chance to look inside yourself and discover what your own happy place looks like. At the beginning, you may not be able to get there in small bits and pieces, or maybe only in your imagination or your dreams. But hold on to that vision and know that you can accept this gift from the universe as your chance to make that vision your reality.

And now you know my secret to how I ended up relaxing in a hammock at the end of a pier in magical Bacalar Lagoon.

Do things that make you happy within the confines of the legal system. - Ellen DeGeneres