Spirituality and Divorce

October 21, 2017

If I were your life coach, I’d give you tools, you’d take actions, make commitments, follow through, that sort of thing. It’s really important. But underneath all of that advice and guidance is something equally important. And that’s spirituality.

I think it’s critical for all of us to connect to something greater than ourselves. To build faith. Because without faith all you’re doing is gutting it out. And as someone who has gutted it out for most of his life, I know it’s a painful existence.

But connecting to whatever it is you believe in—God, the divine flow, nature, the cosmos—making that connection, building that faith and trusting that everything is flowing to you as it should, is a vital part of being happy in life.

And it’s a big part of the conversations that I have with men. That’s grown over the years as I’ve explored my own path to discover what I believe in, to find out what works for me, what makes me happy, what makes me feel grounded and centered. And it’s changed me for the better.

If you’re in this process of divorce, change is coming anyway, why not go all in and make this bigger change to become that more spiritual, connected, man of faith in a way that can serve you for the rest of your life?