Divorce Journal Add-On

Are you making your way through the ups and downs of a divorce? Are you in search of  finding a new, peaceful, and deeply satisfying life?

PamWynnPamela S. Wynn, MSW, JD has practiced as a family law attorney for more than 25 years. She is also a social worker, trained True Purpose coach and avid blogger. She has seen divorce from all sides – lawyer, counselor, coach and petitioner. She has literally watched hundreds of people go through this journey and understands what it takes to successfully integrate the life lessons that divorce provides. With her all-around perspective and unique background, Pamela has a holistic approach to divorce and its aftermath. She understands that relationships are central to well-being and has a deep yearning to help people move into healthy relationships.

Pam’s extensive knowledge translates into her Prompts and Tips and her selection of Quotes.  When you have the Divorce Journal Add-On, it’s like having a trusted advisor at your side, guiding you through the turmoil of divorce. Pam is confident that you can transform your life and use the divorce experience as a catalyst for change.

Listen to an interview with Ruth Folit and Pamela Wynn about journal writing and divorce.

An Add-On consists of dozens of Prompts, hundreds of selected Quotes, 50 Tips, extra Topics in the Topics List, and suggested default Daily Pulse Scales and Journal Types.

(Each JournalLife Add-On is a one-time purchase.  If you purchased an Add-On for the Windows version then it will be transferred to the Online version.  There is no recurring annual fee to pay if it’s running on JournalLife Online.)

Sample Prompts

  • Celebrate the things you did well during the day.
  • Imagine your ex-spouse as one of your teachers, realizing you chose this partner to learn a great lesson. Describe that lesson.
  • Your marriage was likely memorialized with pictures. Do you think it is better to get rid of old pictures or to hold onto them? Why?

Sample Quotes

  • “When two people decide to get a divorce, it isn’t a sign that they “don’t understand” one another, but a sign that they have, at last, begun to.” –Helen Rowland
  • “You’ve got to jump off cliffs all the time and build your wings on the way down.”–Ray Bradbury
  • “To be aware of a single shortcoming within oneself is more useful than to be aware of a thousand in somebody else..”—Dalai Lama

Sample Tips

  • Old ends. New begins. The space in-between is a powerful potentiality. It is a space where creative energy becomes manifest, spirit congeals as structure and form. It is a place of healing, revelation and insight. Embrace it.
  • If you have children, let them overhear you saying nice things about them.
  • When you stop resisting and move to acceptance, change begins.