You’ve gotten the divorce and made it this far, but you’re not really happy. It’s as if you’ve got one huge dark cloud over you and you can’t seem to escape it. Mostly, because you seem to keep getting in your own way. Your life was supposed to evolve and get better, which is why you got a divorce in the first place, but it’s as if you’re stuck. The real issue is you are limiting yourself and it’s keeping you from fulfilling your full potential, as well as being happy. Here are 8 signs you’re limiting yourself after divorce.
1) You Act as if the Divorce Happened Yesterday
Even if the divorce was a year ago or more, you’re acting still as if it happened yesterday. You’re mourning. Depressed. Angry. You can’t seem to get past the whole drama of the marriage, even though you say you’ve put it behind you.
You haven’t! It’s the shadow that follows you and it limits your potential.
2) You Have a Million Excuses for Everything
When someone asks you when you’ll start dating, exercising, seeking a raise, or doing anything remotely productive, you’ve got an excuse for it.
It’s never the right “time” you say.
You don’t have enough time, encouragement, money, energy etc.
The list of excuses is Old Testament long. Biblical.
Really, you are the biggest problem you’ve got and you hold yourself back.
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