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This book has an exceptional organizational layout. Jane divides each weekly chapter into four parts, providing various insights in the main message, reading suggestions, a recipe and a guided journal suggestion. She talks about the dilemmas of unresolved issues, forgiving and letting go, parenting tips and much more. There are tips and encouraging words that will be helpful for people going through a divorce or for those who are already divorced. I highly recommend this book for anyone willing to choose happiness in life!
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Jane Thompson, left reeling from a divorce ten years ago, realized that she could sink into despair and become bitter and angry, or pick herself up and move forward into a new life full of happiness she chose to create for herself. Though this took time and perseverance, she learned along the way many keys to choosing happiness for herself. Additionally, her years as an educator had shown her how divorced and bitter, angry parents detrimentally affected their teens, and out of these experiences she wrote a guide to help women choose a different route, not only to make life better for oneself, but through choosing happiness, to help make life better for the children affected by divorce.
Jane recently filmed Choosing Happiness After Divorce, with KENW-TV, a public television station located on the campus of Eastern New Mexico University in Portales, NM, and this program will be airing during pledge drives. She covers seven key elements for choosing happiness and shares with the audience some of the ideas from the book.
Check out Jane's blog at: www.choosinghappinessafterdivorce.blogspot.com where happiness is encouraged as a way of life. She is now remarried to Steve Hasenmueller and they make their home in Tennessee.