I was thankful for the support of my friends and family while going through my divorce.
I had several strong women in my life, who had dealt with the pain of their own divorce and had grown through the experience.
They offered their wisdom, strength, and hope on a daily basis.
I knew that I could call anyone of these women at any time and they were willing to listen patiently to my fears about my future and my regrets over my past.
They understood that I had to talk openly about my divorce, so that I could find the courage to walk through it.
They didn’t need to offer me advice… all I needed was someone to listen… to be compassionate… to understand my pain.
Knowing that others had made it through such a trying experience, gave me hope that I would come out okay, once I reached the other side.
I was so thankful to have such wonderful support.
A close network of friends and family is an invaluable asset when you are going through a traumatic situation in your life.
“Dear God, thank you for the friends and family who are able to provide me support. Their strength, kindness, and experience help me to walk through my own pain.”