Going through a divorce can be one of the toughest experiences a woman can face. It can feel like the end of the world and leaves you feeling lost, disconnected, misaligned, and uncertain about the future.

As someone who has gone through a devastating divorce myself, I understand the challenges you may be facing. It’s important to remember that this is just the beginning of a new journey, one that can be filled with joy, new beginnings, and personal growth if you so desire.

I know that with the support, love and guidance of others, you can come out the other side stronger, more resilient and a better human being than before.

  • Words of encouragement: Remind yourself of your strength and resilience. You have made it this far, and that is a testament to your courage and determination.
  • Positive affirmations: Repeat affirmations such as “I can overcome any obstacles,” “I recognize my inherent value,” and “I can rewrite my story at any time.”

Key Takeaways:

  • Going through a divorce can be a challenging experience, but it’s important to remember that it’s just the beginning of a new journey.
  • Words of encouragement and positive affirmations can help you find strength and resilience during this challenging time.

Finding Inner Strength After Divorce

Finding Inner Strength After Divorce

Going through a divorce can be very difficult, but it can also help you grow as a person. As a divorced woman, I know firsthand the struggles of trying to find the inner strength to move forward. But with the right attitude and mindset, we can emerge from this chapter of our lives stronger and more resilient than ever before.

One way to cultivate inner strength is by focusing on empowering quotes. These powerful words can inspire us to take action and embrace the new chapter of our lives with grace and determination.

Here are a few of my favorite quotes:

"When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us." – Helen Keller
"You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You are able to say to yourself, 'I lived through this horror. I can take the next thing that comes along.'" – Eleanor Roosevelt

Another way to find inner strength is by seeking support and motivation. This can come from friends, family, or even a support group for divorced women. Surrounding ourselves with positive influences helps us stay focused and remember our worth.

Join “Feel Alive Again”, my Facebook group–a community of extraordinary women on a similar journey.

It’s important to remember that we are not defined by our past or our circumstances. We have the power to rewrite our story, one that is filled with hope, joy, and fulfillment.

By embracing this new chapter with open arms and a positive attitude, we can find the inner strength to overcome any challenge and emerge stronger than ever before.

Building Confidence and Self-Worth

Divorce can take a toll on one’s self-esteem and leave you feeling insecure and lost. For many years, my sense of self was shattered due to being cheated on.

But it’s important to remember that your worth and value are not determined by your marital status or what happened in your marriage. You are still a strong, capable, and worthy woman, and you deserve to be treated with love and respect.

To uplift yourself after divorce, try repeating encouraging affirmations such as:

“I am capable of creating a beautiful life for myself.”

“I am strong and resilient, and I can overcome any challenge.”

“I am worthy of love and respect, and I will not settle for anything less.”

It’s important to surround yourself with positivity. Spend time with uplifting people, engage in fulfilling activities, and focus on personal growth. This is a new chapter in your life, an opportunity for a new beginning, and you have the power to make it a fulfilling and rewarding one.

Don’t be afraid to seek help if you need it. It’s okay to ask for support and guidance during this challenging time. Reach out to friends, family, a transformational coach or a therapist who can provide you with the encouragement and empowerment you need to rebuild your confidence and self-worth.

Schedule your free 15-minute video consultation call with me.

Inspiration for Embracing the New Chapter

Inspiration for Embracing the New Chapter

Starting a new chapter in life can be scary and overwhelming, especially after going through a divorce. It took me awhile to reclaim my power and I am here to tell you that it gets better from here.

This new chapter presents endless opportunities for growth, joy, and self-discovery. It’s time to let go of the past and embrace the future with an open heart and a positive attitude.

Positive Affirmations to Repeat Daily

  • Every day and in every way, I am getting better and better.
  • I am capable of creating a new and fulfilling life for myself.
  • I trust in the journey that lies ahead.
  • I have the strength and resilience to overcome any challenges.
  • Every day is a new opportunity for growth and happiness.
  • I am deserving of love, happiness, and success.
  • I am prosperous in every way.

Repeating positive affirmations every day can really help boost your confidence and remind you of your worth. Visualize and feel yourself thriving and living your dreams, and know that anything is possible with commitment, taking inspired action and perseverance.

Check out my guided meditation to help you unlock your true potential.

Finding Inspiration in Others

"Starting over can be the scariest thing in the entire world, whether it's leaving a lover, a school, a team, a friend, or anything else that feels like a core part of our identity, but when your gut is telling you that something here isn't right or feels unsafe, I really want you to listen and trust in that voice." - Jennifer Elisabeth

These words from author Jennifer Elisabeth can serve as a powerful reminder that sometimes, starting over is necessary for our own well-being and growth. Take inspiration from other women who have successfully navigated divorce and created fulfilling lives for themselves.

Their stories can serve as a beacon of hope and inspiration, reminding us that we, too, can find happiness in this new chapter of our lives.

Finding Inner Strength and Nurturing Emotional Well-being after Divorce

It’s really important to focus on taking care of yourself emotionally during a divorce. For me, finding inner strength and asking for help were essential steps in the healing process.

Finding Inner Strength

It’s easy to feel lost and overwhelmed after divorce which is where I was for a long time. I learned that focusing on my inner strength helped me discover my true self, gain perspective, and move forward with confidence. I reminded myself of all the challenges I’d overcome in the past and recognized my resilience as a source of power.

Empowering quotes and positive affirmations were also helpful in boosting my mood and retraining my brain to think positively. One of my favorite affirmations is, “I am strong, capable, and worthy of love and happiness.”

To help you change your thoughts around self-worth, I created this free workbook 5 Steps to Unleash the Warrior Woman Within.

Nurturing Emotional Well-eing

After my divorce, I realized that I needed to prioritize self-care and invest in my emotional well-being. This included seeking therapy, meditating, journaling and practicing self-compassion.

I learned that asking for help is a sign of strength, not weakness. Whether it’s talking to a therapist or transformational coach, joining a support group, or confiding in a friend, finding a safe space to process your emotions can be immensely healing.

Developing coping strategies for managing stress and anxiety can help protect your mental health. For me, working out and going for daily walks in nature was incredibly grounding and helped me feel more centered.

This is the time to focus on staying present. You must take things one day at a time and prioritize your emotional well-being above all else. You are more than capable of finding inner strength and healing in this new chapter of your life.


Going through a divorce may be one of the most challenging experiences a woman can face, but it can also be an opportunity for growth, transformation, and finding a new sense of self.

It is important to remember that you are not alone, and there are resources and support available to help you navigate this new chapter in your life.

Remember to focus on finding your inner strength, building your confidence and self-worth, embracing new opportunities, and nurturing your emotional well-being. Take things one day at a time, be kind and patient with yourself, and surround yourself with positive and supportive people.

You have everything within you to not only survive but thrive after a divorce, like I did. This is just the beginning of a new and exciting chapter in your life. Believe in yourself and know that you are stronger than you realize and capable of achieving anything you set your mind to.

Frequently Asked Questions

A: It’s completely normal to feel overwhelmed during this time. Take things step by step, seek support from trusted family and friends, and consider professional help.

A: Rebuilding confidence takes time, but it’s possible. Remember to always keep positive people around you, take care of yourself, aim for reachable goals, acknowledge your successes, and never forget how valuable you are every single day.

Practicing the 5 Steps to Unleash the Warrior Woman Within workbook will dramatically shift how you feel about yourself in as little as seven days.

Embrace New Experiences

A: Embracing this new chapter starts with letting go of the past and focusing on the opportunities that lie ahead. Explore fun and exciting activities that bring happiness into your life. Challenge yourself with new goals and embrace fresh experiences.

A: Nurturing your emotional well-being is crucial after divorce. Taking care of yourself is so important! It’s always a good idea to seek support from loved ones, find activities that bring you joy, and consider therapy or transformational coaching as a safe way to process your emotions.