Whether you’ve been divorced 2 months or 20 years it still at times seems like an adjustment. This is especially true when the majority of your friends are still married and reaping its benefits bountifully. Yes—it’s true that single individuals can “pick-up and go” without having to explain. Also, there is no battle for the blankets—still at times it can be a bit lonesome; especially at night when you face that bed.
What are some of the things you do to help overcome those infrequent times when everybody seems to be paired off but you?
You always can have and talk to God as a companion. He'll hear and respond to you if you give in to Him. He has been my most compassionate ear and guide through the storms. He'll eventually lead you to a good mate when you are ready for it.
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