I write about divorce in India

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15 Responses

  1. Geraint Isitt says:

    So many things to overcome and for the most part we do. Do you find strength in writing about it?

    • Kalpanaa says:

      Oh I’m over worrying. It’s been years now – it’s when you’re newly divorced that worries are persistent. We learn to overcome them as you said.

  2. Worry kills and leaves one with no energy to focus on present. Can imagine, from the list of the worries that divorcees face, how tormenting it might be to bear!
    Anagha From Team MocktailMommies
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  3. leannelc says:

    Worry used to be my middle name – now I’ve finally reached the point where I realize it makes no difference to the outcome at all – it just adds more stress to an already stressful situation. My mum used to always say “worry about it when it happens” and that is probably the most sensible thing to do.
    Leanne | cresting the hill

  4. If I knew where my worry button is I would disconnect it. Permanently. It has brought me a lot of giref over the years.
    Love the Dire Straits track.

  5. shalzmojo says:

    How well you express all this Kalpanaa!!! I am wowed by your ease at translating it all into words; been 5 years for me and I am still wary of talking about it. I lived through two fears largely 1) enough money to look out for myself and 2) Landlords wont rent out to me!!!
    Both have workedout just fine!!! So yeah worries become strength really.

    ​Wish upon the stars

  6. valj2750 says:

    Worry is not limited to divorced people. Trust me on that one. I’m sure the worries of a divorcee are very real and intense and will keep you up at night.
    My Virtual Vineyard

  7. zainab says:

    nice points and expressed rather well. I know ‘worry'(not in divorce) but I know what worry seems like. I worry so much wish could less!

  8. those statements – feels so painful. Confidence is shattered in so many of them… for what isn’t even their fault. 🙁

  9. Natasha says:

    A big warn hug. Let’s bury the worry. 🙂

  10. Those all sound valid. I am so glad I’ve stayed happily married because I would worry about every one of those and more.

  11. I can honestly say I worried about nothing when I divorced. On the contrary, I saw it as a positive thing for everybody around me.

    Another day in Amble Bay!

  12. Beth Lapin says:

    Staying in the present can help prevent worry. Not saying I can pull that off all the time!

    Affirmations for a Good Life

  13. Ravish Mani says:

    You rightly said, Kalpanaa, the better acquainted we are with our worries the easier it is to transform them into a source of strength.

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