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Two Things That Lead You to Lose Your Self-Confidence Amidst a Divorce

Divorce, job loss, or the crumbling of a relationship are examples of sudden life-changing events that can cause pain and suffering–whether you saw them coming or not. Chances are pretty good that when a sudden soul-crushing event happens to you, anger and sadness quickly turn to blame, which can take two forms.


You can blame others and point the finger at somebody or something that you feel caused your pain and suffering. In blaming others, you identify yourself as victim because it was done to you.

The reality is that sometimes IT’S NOT YOUR FAULT. Others may be squarely to blame for your circumstances, and you may have had no control over what happened to you. In other cases, you may just find that it’s easier to point the finger at someone to justify your anger, hide your humiliation, and satisfy your ego.


You can also blame yourself. In doing this, you identify as a victim of your own making because you feel like it was done by you. You feel that you have done something bad or wrong that contributed to the situation; this is why blaming yourself is most often partnered with feelings of guilt.

Fabulous, right? That’s just the cherry you needed to top the sh*tstorm sundae in front of you!

In both circumstances, when you become a victim, you give up your power. In a recent blog in the Huffington Post, Karen Covy, a divorce attorney and life advisor, said that guilt “strips your power away from you faster than a vacuum cleaner sucks dirt from your carpet.

“Guilt is a feeling. It comes from your heart, not your head. But it starts when your head tells your heart that you have done something bad or wrong. Getting divorced is not necessarily bad or wrong. It is also not necessarily good or right either. The truth is that divorce is whatever you make of it.” The same could be said of losing your job, or the crumbling of a relationship. The truth is, it’s whatever you make it.

If we focus on guilt, we lose our power, and when we lose our power, fear takes over. When fear rules the day, you have two options.

Option one is to push down the fear; you hide it and pretend it’s not there. It’s like trying to hold a balloon under water; you have to apply so much pressure to keep it down that eventually it’s just going to shoot right up to the surface.

Option two is to address your fear. Acknowledge it, walk with it hand and hand, and feel it instead of treating it like the enemy. Figure out what your fear is and whether or not it has any truth to it.

At one end of the spectrum you have blame, guilt, fear and powerlessness; at the other end of the spectrum you have accountability and power. Moving to the positive side of the spectrum and taking your power back is your responsibility.

It doesn’t matter if something was done to you or by you. It doesn’t matter if it was right or wrong. It doesn’t matter if it was fair or unfair. What matters is that you alone are responsible for how you move forward. You are responsible for your own happiness. If you contributed to the situation, own it and forgive yourself for it. You are human and you are okay!

And if you’re reading this post RIGHT NOW, then you’re in a unique position to find out exactly how to take back your power and move forward, feel confident and be happy.

Now that you know about the consequences of playing the pain-blame game, I’ve created a DETAILED, free guide to help you gain back, and hold onto, your power.

My wish for you is to sidestep the countless traps that make most divorce recoveries epic disasters, and instead be able to move forward and feel confident because you own your power. I’ve been focusing on resilience for over 7 years now and I’ve made MANY mistakes along the way. You don’t need to do the same! I’ve compiled a list of 4 easy ways to take back your power (and keep it). To learn how to take your power back, download my FREE GUIDE:

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You can use these lessons over and over again in your life.

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The Daddy Diaries Chapter 18 — 10 Ways to Lose the Dad Bod

Let’s cut the crap. Before Captain poopy-pants arrived, I used to work out three times a day. Now, I struggle to find time to floss. Don’t get me wrong: I don’t resent my beautiful son. I appreciate every moment I get to spend nurturing his gorgeous, tender soul. And I don’t shake my fist in the air at him silently just because he turned me into something that looks a clay sculpture of Mark Wahlberg that was dropped off a ledge and then went bald and got big rings under its eyes.

But let’s just say since Baron von Burpenstein showed up, it’s been hard to sleep. And hence hard to find time to exercise, or brush my teeth.

I used to take pride in my appearance, but I am so overjoyed at the pleasures of fatherhood I hardly even spend all day in front of the bathroom mirror weeping.

OK, so enough about who gained weight and is now embarrassed to be naked even by himself. Bottom line: I look like a piece of melted gouda cheese with two raisins stuck in it.

I bought a bathroom scale, but I was like, “How can this possibly be the number this scale is saying? It must be broken.” So I threw it out and bought a new one. The same thing happened. Odd. Doesn’t anyone make scales that work anymore? When I could no longer afford to buy more scales, I finally had to face the truth. The scales weren’t broken. The problem was me. I was having visual hallucinations.

So I went to see an eye doctor, who confirmed my suspicions. I have become so overweight it is making me go blind. It’s called morbid cornea obesity, and apparently it can be brought on by innocent everyday activities such as having a baby, or eating 997 individually wrapped Kraft cheese singles, which they don’t warn you about on the package. And really once you eat the first few, what’s the point in putting a half empty case of cheese back in the fridge, especially at 2AM?

Anyway, I realized something had to change when none of my clothes fit me. And I so began making mu-mu’s out of the bed sheets.

When none of the bed sheets fit me anymore, I decided it was finally time to stop making excuses, and do something about it.

And so I devised a few easy ways to sneak fitness routines into the day while tending to junior. I really feel like a new man now, and the best part is, you can do all of these exercises while parenting your child.

1. Carry the baby around the house on a cinderblock for an hour each morning. Good for the glutes. Note: a cinderblock can be rough on a newborn’s skin, so fold two paper towels on top of the cement as padding.

2. Lay awake at night all night worried your baby will stop breathing. Repeat in sets of one, nightly, until you can’t feel your arms anymore.

3. Put a 20-pound dumbbell inside the baby’s diapers. Carefully cradle the baby/dumbell under your arm, being sure to support his neck. Do 10 sets of 15 reps with each arm. Don’t forget to rinse off the weights when you change the diaper.

4. Get up to pee in the middle of the night, delirious with new father fatigue and stub your toe on the side of the bed so hard that you first see red, then black, then white, then some of the early abstract color fields of Barnett Newman. Declare, “It’s broken for sure” to no one in particular in between cursing like an Albanian sailor who just lost his sister and three toes in a ponzi scheme. Go to the baby and say in a whimper, “Daddy broke his toe.” Rest at least 10 minutes before next set.

5. Tuck the baby carefully inside the front of your sweatpants. Jump rope.

6. Fall asleep in the act of eating. Catch yourself as your skeletal muscles relax and your neck drops and jerks you back awake. 8 sets of eight. This is a killer neck work out. Also fall off a stool. In between each round, actively lose some hair.

7. Lay face down on the floor and have your training partner put your baby in a position so that the child’s legs are straddling your neck, as if he was riding a horse. Use duct tape to secure your infants’ ankles together in front of your throat. Do clapping push-ups.

8. Lock yourself out of your home. This works best if you have a door that locks by itself and you are wearing only that pair of underwear you cannot explain still owning. For the first rep, take out a bag of dirty diapers and drop them down the trash chute or put them in a garbage can. Make sure the door locks behind you and you have no key and are in your underwear and that no one but the baby is home so you are unable to get back inside and are in a panic that the baby stopped breathing as soon as the door latches.

9. If you live in an apartment, each time you enter the building, put the baby in the elevator, press your floor number and then run up the stairs as fast as you can. See if you can arrive before the elevator does or someone steals your baby.

10. Mention one more fucking time to your wife, who has just had a baby, that you feel fat.

Prepare to run. Fast.

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Let’s Not Lose Our Pride Momentum

Happy Pride, everybody!

The LGTBQ people and all of America scored a huge fucking win this past week with the SCOTUS ruling on federally recognized marriage equality across all fifty states! I’m psyched as we all should be! People who have been marginalized in this country for millennia are being recognized as human beings with the right to be as happy and successful as anyone else. It’s sad that not everyone is in a celebratory mood.

I just had to address a post shared by a Facebook friend in which the quoted author who is upset that while we all revel in one victory, we forget other battles that continue to be waged in the greater war on systematic injustice.  Namely, the burning of six different African-American churches this June. He charged that we are “distracted by this gay marriage bullshit.” I countered: “This is so not cool. Why must he lead with a bigoted, hateful response to make a point? No kind of hate is bullshit. It’s possible to revel in one victory without discounting another. Many of us are quite aware of what’s happening to blacks right now and are vocalizing it while celebrating an LGBTQ victory. And for the record, that victory behooves many black people who just happen to be LGTBQ.”

Even though I contested the divisiveness of his point, I am a just as much an angry, black man as he is. We should all be fucking angry that six black churches have been burned down due to arson this month alone. Whatever your beliefs about religion, the sanctity of your fellow man’s place of worship is something to be respected. Adding insult to injury, many of these churches had their inceptions during a time when blacks were legally ostracized from worshipping in the same buildings as whites, so not only is the renewed phenomenon a slap in the face due to its sheer brutality, but it’s also a kick in the teeth as it’s a reminder that separate and unequal is still very much in effect. Unequal to the point of feeling a need to obliterate.

While I do think the media is fully guilty of diversionary tactics quite often (and we akin to lemmings guilty of falling for them), I don’t feel that’s the case in all the media attention going to the SCOTUS marriage equality decision. We all have valid reason to celebrate the codification of something that should have been a universally given right ages ago.

That being said, we are all quite familiar with human nature. Once a relative obstacle is surmounted, we all kind of just forget that we had allies along the way and that it’s our duty to continue to pay it forward exactly as they did with their beneficence. So I’m pleading with you to all to please not rest on your laurels.  Last week’s victory is great, but I beg of you to never forget that many people… many of whom are the brethren of the LGTBQ community, are still losing. We too are gays, lesbians, trans men, trans women, bisexual men, bisexual women and queers. And we continue to have our very lives as well as our livelihoods threatened every single day based solely (like you) on how we were born.  Only our plight is often more conspicuous as there is no closet for us to even try to hide in.  We can never hide our skin, our hair textures, our facial features and the shapes of our bodies.  And like you, we should never want to hide any facet of ourselves.

So I’m imploring not just all of America, but more expressly all of my white LGBQ brothers and sisters (Not sure that I want to include the Ts as their fight is still waging on many levels; even within the greater LGTBQ community), please start practicing some more… Hell, some empathy PERIOD.  The same way, there are enemies of a progressive America who are already trying to undermine this past week’s win, there are those (many being one and the same) plotting to continually undermine others based on other characteristics.  Even if you do revel in white/class privilege and really don’t give a fuck about violence and institutional racism directed at black, brown, red and yellow peoples, then just keep in mind that acquired freedoms are always a slippery slope when all are not privy to fair and equitable treatment.

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French Montana, Kanye West, Lil Wayne & Rick Ross Connect On “Lose It” | Wired Tracks 6.24.15

French Montana embraces posse cuts like they’re kin to him. Especially records like the newly released single “Lose It,” featuring usual suspects Lil Wayne and Rick Ross.

French managed to grab a beat co-produced by Kanye West, given a common affiliation with the Kardashian family. The result is a haunting track, complete with street jargon, catchy adlibs and all of the other fixings we’ve come to expect when The Bronx rapper and company connect.

Hear French’s “Lose It” in Wired Tracks below, where you’ll also find new tunes from Fetty Wap, Dej Loaf and Young Thug, Statik Selektah, Little Simz, and more.

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The Flawless Response This Woman Had To A Dude Who Told Her She Needed To Lose Weight

One surefire way to not pick up a lady: Tell her she needs to lose weight.

On June 3, marketing director and fashion blogger Christina Topacio took to Twitter to share an offensive and sexist text message conversation she had with a guy she had never actually met in real life.

The audacious dude told Topacio that while he would “seriously consider dating” her and “getting to know” her, he thinks she needs to change a few things. This unsolicited advice was not necessary (to say the least).

“It fucking kills me to say this… And it’s nothing you don’t already know,” the guy wrote in a text to Topacio. “And I’m positive you’ve thought about it. And I’m only telling you this because I want it to effect a change. You need to fucking lose weight. It kills me.”

Topacio told The Huffington Post that she met the guy on a dating site where they exchanged numbers, however, they had never hung out in person.

She tweeted screenshots of the entire text message conversation yesterday to her 8,500 followers, receiving over 2,500 retweets. Check out the cringeworthy exchange below:

“My first reaction was, literally, ‘Wait, what?!'” Topacio told HuffPost. “Then, I got sad. Like, this person has never seen me in real life. I was baffled.”

She said that she shared the conversation on social media to empower women to stand up for themselves. “My goal is to encourage girls to not only brush it off, despite how hurtful it is, and to laugh it away,” she said. “I want women to feel empowered to stand up for themselves, own who they are and understand that someone else’s opinion has no relation to them being an amazing person.”

“My story is not a new story, this happens to women constantly,” she added. “I’m just happy to have been given an opportunity to share my personal experience in hopes that it empowers women to shut it down. And ultimately say… I’m beautiful, I’m strong, I’m powerful, I’m 100 percent me.”

Take note of Topacio’s flawless response:

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Haters gonna hate and Christina’s gonna eat her Chipotle.

Go on with your beautiful, strong and powerful self, Christina.

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Woman Performing ‘Lose Yourself’ In Sign Language Gets Us Super Pumped

We always wondered how to say, “Mom’s spaghetti” in American Sign Language.

Luckily we have Shelby Mitchusson, an ASL interpreter who performed Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” on YouTube. It’s one of her first videos — though she appears to have interpreted bad-assery at rock concerts before — but we can tell she’s going to be an internet sensation.

She really gets into it — and it looks like she plans on rewarding us with more of her videos soon.

“I have a deep love for interpreting music and would love to share more as I am always interpreting music,” she wrote on YouTube. “As always your feedback is wanted! Again, thank you all — I’ll upload more soon.”

If you think Shelby’s awesome, meet the woman who took Public Enemy’s music to a whole new level with sign language.

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What It’s Like To Lose Your Marital Home

For the past year while my ex and I go through the divorce process, our daughter and I have been living in the marital home. This has been a blessing in many regards: I went from being a “mostly” stay-at home mother with freelance gigs, to being a full-time working mother plus a good freelance load. Basically, I’m trying to get on my financial feet and it’s taking a while thanks to student loans, day care, and the fact that I was out of the work force for some time. The marital home has been one source of stability for my daughter and myself through the dissolution of the marriage. Picking up the pieces of your life after divorce is hard enough and more so, when you add having to move and find new housing.

Sometimes though, being in the marital home has made it seem as if the marriage is not really over. When my ex comes to get my daughter, he walks in as if it’s his home, fixing curtains and greeting the dog as if he was just there a few hours ago. And in many ways, it is his home. It’s his name on the mortgage and those were his curtains and his dog too. When he enters the door whether he’s in a good mood with me or a bad mood with me, I’m dealing with my old married life for better or worse in that brief period of time. A new home would be a new boundary and new way of seeing us in our coparenting roles.

I had decided to take down some photos of him in the house–not all, but the wedding ones and coupled ones. I left a family photo shoot up. I wrestled with this choice: taking down photos eliminates memories but perhaps those memories that may be sad for me, are happy for my daughter? I have been in the process of “rephoto-ing” and trying to decide how to give my daughter memories that are good for her, even if odd for me.

But the photos aren’t the only reminders lingering. For my child, the red washcloth in the shower reminds her of the days in which Daddy lived here.

“This was Daddy’s washcloth when he lived here,” she says.

It’s like his ghost is still here. The other day when I picked up the teakettle to boil water, my first thought was, “This was his teakettle. Not mine.” And a few weeks ago when I broke the toaster oven at first, I cringed ready for intense criticism but then I realized that he’s not here to yell at me over this and won’t be again. The house plays tricks on me: we are totally apart from each other and done, yet the house and its structure says differently because it houses memories as if they’re still going on. As if we’re still going on.

I remember how my ex and I would complain about the lack of space here. We would say we wanted more room. A real yard. One of us would say, “Why is that neighbor being loud?” or “Who didn’t pick up after their dog again?!” We got bogged down in the minutiae called “We’re not happy with what we have, so let’s bitch.” We forgot to be grateful for what we did have, even if it wasn’t what we had imagined when we said ” I do.”

Sure, we had planned for a bigger home but then someone, me, had violently ill pregnancies. The job market was tough. Life was hard. Things didn’t go as we had hoped. It wouldn’t have saved our marriage–we were not destined to be on any planet despite the love we had, but I do wish we had stopped sometimes to acknowledge that while life was hard, it was going to get better. From time to time I would offer such thoughts or he would, yet neither of us seemed to be positive at the same time and in the same way.

Now, as we prepare the house for a foreclosure, I laugh at the irony. The one place I complained about, I am now in mourning over. The one place that hadn’t seemed enough, was. Logistically, there are things I don’t like about where I live so the idea of moving is really sweet, but it’s rather bitter knowing that honestly, money is so tight and I am not sure where we will go next. I’m not quite ready financially, but life doesn’t go so neatly. I’m gritting my teeth and hoping for the best. That today’s income will grow over the next few years. That I will have some peace of mind and not be operating hand to fist forever.

The one home that shoulda coulda been bigger or in a different area or something else that we had not planned was the one home we bought together. The only home our daughter has known. It’s where our kid was made, and then raised. We had family parties here. Life was well-lived, ill-lived, and long-lived in this house and soon, it will be gone. It won’t be ours. Won’t be mine. Won’t be our daughter’s.

My daughter and I will end up somewhere, who knows where, and that will become our new home without the ghost of her father and my ex. All on our own without him. Without the marital memory. Without the teakettle, red washcloth, and broken tiles near the kitchen sink. It’s terrifying on one hand to know that I will be providing for us and on such newly-working career legs, yet it is also exhilarating to know that I have a fresh start. A chance to be grateful for whatever I have even if there’s no room, bad windows, no yard, or all of that. A chance to see hope that things will get better and have the patience and fortitude to hold on. A home with new boundaries. With new memories. With new challenges.

It breaks my heart to lose the house and not walk away from it as we had originally planned, but no matter what I must forge ahead and show my daughter what it means to make lemonade out of lemons and make that lemonade a bit sweeter.
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