25 Perfectly-Hilarious Excuses for WHY You Got Divorced

Whether it's a nosy neighbor or your delightful Ex-mother-in-law, people are gonna ask...
And now YOU will have the perfect answer!


In Today's Episode:

“Unconditional love has a misunderstood reputation … it means you could let anybody do whatever they want and that you would love them and stay with them anyway and you can don't and accept all of their behavior. And that is totally false. Unconditional love means that you're choosing to feel love for someone else in any circumstance.”

In this weeks episode of Divorced Like a Boss, we are going to explore what unconditional love truly means, and how we can cultivate thoughts to create a sense of goodwill and love toward our ex-husbands even when that can seem counterintuitive.

I will also break down how to set boundaries for your relationship.  Whether they are instituted in a relationship with your ex-husband, or your current significant other, or just a family member, boundaries come from a place of love for yourself and the other person.

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Episode Quotes:

“Unconditional love has a misunderstood reputation … it means you could let anybody do whatever they want and that you would love them and stay with them anyway and you can don't and accept all of their behavior. And that is totally false. Unconditional love means that you're choosing to feel love for someone else in any circumstance.”

“Unconditional love is not saying that that you can let people just treat you like a doormat and that you'll stay no matter what. And they accept and condone everything they do.”

“But this does mean that you can feel a sense of love for anyone and everyone, including your ex, because whatever you feel is because of what your thoughts are and your thoughts are your responsibility.”

“It's not really widely accepted that you can just up and leave a relationship with, ‘no good reason.’  Like people think they need a reason. And so a lot of times when people believe this, they create situations and scenarios to try to create a reason or they do things or act in a way or say things that whether they're conscious of it or not, might drive the other person away.”

“I love to point out, though, that there does not have to be a reason for you to leave a relationship. You can still love the person. So unconditional love does not mean that you stay. It does not mean that you accept everything that's done to you or around you and that you can leave that relationship with love.”


I'm Jennifer Connor, and I'm on a mission to help divorced women stop looking back and start living their own damn lives!

When I went through my own divorce, I discovered that the "help" that was out there was either very heavily based on dragging up the past OR slapping a positive affirmation on top of every shitty thought.

Uh, no thank you. Hard pass.

I knew there had to be a better way:

A way for people like me - driven, high-achieving women who were ready to conquer this "divorce thing" once and for all - to stop focusing on the past and start building a genuinely fun, incredible life NOW. A way for us to heal and move on without freaking CRYING every single day.

Heck, throw in some laughs, and you've got me totally sold!

That's when I discovered a method that did ALL of that.

And the rest was magic. (like, Hermione magic, not crappy Ron magic)

Today, everything I do is with the sole purpose of helping other women use my coaching method and tools to create a life and future they LOVE.

If you're ready to capture some of this magic for yourself, hit me up!

Women are moving on and upgrading their lives every day. It's YOUR turn now.

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25 Perfectly-Hilarious Excuses for WHY You Got Divorced

Whether it's a nosy neighbor or your delightful Ex-mother-in-law, people are gonna ask...
And now YOU will have the perfect answer!