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June 2022

in Survival Story

DANIELLA BLOOM, MA., LMFT

While it was at one time a very healthy marriage, it took marital therapy and five years for Bloom to get to the point where she filed for divorce (after 16 years of marriage) and not because she stopped loving him but because she became a shell of the woman she knew herself to be.
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in Emotional Mastery

The Benefits of Traveling Alone, Mid-Divorce

WHILE TRAVELING WITH FRIENDS OR A ROMANTIC COMPANION CAN BE FUN, TRAVELING ALONE HAS UNIQUE ADVANTAGES, ESPECIALLY WHEN UNDERGOING LIFE- ALTERING EVENTS, LIKE A DIVORCE. WE ARE SURROUNDED BY NOISE AND DEMANDS AND GETTING AWAY ALONE ALLOWS US TO SEPARATE FROM OUR NOR- MAL ROUTINE AND FAMILIAR ENVIRONMENT, WHICH CAN OFTEN CLEAR OUR HEAD AND PROVIDE US WITH A FRESH PER- SPECTIVE. THERE ARE FIVE SIG- NIFICANT BENEFITS TO SETTING TIME ASIDE TO GET AWAY ALONE.

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in Survival Story

Greg Ellis: The Respondent

On March 5, 2015, Greg Ellis’ life changed forever. The actor, who portrayed Lieutenant Commander Groves in the Pirates of the Caribbean Franchise; Chief Engineer Olsen in J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek; had roles in “24;” “Hawaii Five-0;” and voice-over character portray- als too numerous to list; had met with fellow actor Andy Garcia earlier in the day.
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