Divorce is a very painful phenomenon. It is always difficult to say goodbye to a part of your life. However, some people experience this period quite differently.
One person may be depressed and puzzled over what went wrong in the relationship and how it was possible to save the situation. Others relate to parting as a way to change their lives for the better.
Today, we will tell you about the women who have found the strength to end toxic relationships and come out victorious on the other side.
7 women who became the best version of themselves after divorce
Of course, prioritizing your life is how everyone should live in a hectic modern world.
F/26/5’5” [165lbs > 130lbs = 35lbs] (12 months) Married and suffocating to divorced and optimistic. It’s amazing what happens when you prioritize your own happiness! Face gains in the comments. from r/progresspics
Sometimes, all you need is a breath of fresh air and a clear mind to make a correct decision.
1 year ago this week my very painful divorce was finalized. I was depressed, defeated & drained. 6 months ago I knew I needed to start pedaling again. 3 months ago I treated myself to a Yeti Beti. This past weekend I went to Moab for the 1st time. What a difference a year & a bicycle make. So happy from r/bicycling
Life obstacles may be different. Don’t let anyone make you their doormat.
F/31/5’4” [230lbs > 139lbs = 93lbs] Lost an ex-husband, went through hell, found my true self again!
Forget about the past and move ahead – a perfect motto to start a new life.
If you feel a burden prevents you from living a complete life, don’t hesitate to get rid of it.
F/25/5’3”[270>226=44lbs] (1.5 years) Before was taken right after my breakup with an abusive ex. You could say I’m thriving. from r/progresspics
Sometimes we have to lose something precious in order to gain something priceless!
F/28/5'4 [207 > 147 = 60 pounds] Going through divorce after a 10 yr relationship -> losing a husband, gaining a life! from r/progresspics
You always need to do things that make you happy.
A week after being granted divorce, I bought my first car. It's a long story, but I've never been so proud and happy with myself! from r/happy
No wonder they say, 'it's all for the best'. These beautiful women weren’t afraid to break their unhappy relationships, and didn’t regret it!
Whose experience inspired you the most? Have you had to go through a divorce? Tell us about it in the comments!