I’m proud of my marriage, but not for reasons you might think

Erik and I are twenty-five years married today and I find myself so damn proud of our accomplishment—not at all in spite of our story, how we nearly lost everything dear over nothing special, but specifically because of our struggle and our success to date in moving past it. On this date twenty-five years ago, … More I’m proud of my marriage, but not for reasons you might think

That story you’re keeping close to your heart is meant to help someone heal

Are you ready to up your writing game and learn how to use your story for good in the world?

Will I ever know happiness again after infidelity?—Asked and answered, heart to heart.

Welcome to a newish heart to heart series of posts meant for those who need someone to talk to about experiencing betrayal. I have permission to post this private message I received, along with my response. Together, the sender and I are hoping our collective words reach the hearts that need them.

During my latest podcast interview, telling my story took an unexpected turn

It’s been a long time since I cried when telling my husband’s infidelity story, which is one way I’ve gauged my progress in healing. Thus, the choking sobs surprised me. But they also cordially invited me to show up to some pain points I still need to work through. And so—onward; via the routes of … More During my latest podcast interview, telling my story took an unexpected turn

Want to go clubbing with me this year?

You asked and I’m answering. My favorite club will re-open its doors next week!