Divorce sucks, and sometimes you have to get creative with self-care when you have no money, no time, & no energy. We’re debunking divorce myths, catching shame “boomerangs”, & taking time to “celebrate you”.
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Katie Crocombe is the founder of Flourish + Co, a lifestyle coaching business dedicated to partnering with women to design an intentional life. This covers many topic areas, but today Katie shares her secrets to getting past shame in divorce.
In this episode, we’ll learn how to:
- Get creative with self-care (even when you have no money, no time, & no energy).
- Challenge myths surrounding divorce – it’s not that easy & we’ve gotta catch those shame boomerangs!
- Find people who will cheer you on, & help you find a new dream to celebrate.
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No matter where you are in your story, Katie wants to remind you, “You are worth celebrating, and we can do this, together!”
MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
- Flourish + Co Website
- Brene Brown on Empathy versus Sympathy
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“Recovery is an unbecoming. My healing has been a peeling away of costume after costume until here I am, still and naked before God, stripped down to my real identity.” – Glennon Doyle Melton, Love Warrior: A Memoir
I felt it [shame] when I tried to hide or apologize for who I was, minimize my talents or overachieve and compensate for feeling somehow “less than. Have you felt it? If you’re human, you have — and the result is always the same. Shame is the fear of being unworthy, and it adversely affects our relationship with God, ourselves and others”. – Christine Caine, Unashamed