I’m chatting with Stacey Freeman this week. Stacey is a New York City-based writer, lifestyle editor at Worthy.com, and the founder and managing director of Write On Track, LLC. A respected voice for career reinvention and parenting issues affecting both women and men, Stacey has been published or syndicated in The Washington Post, Entrepreneur, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, Woman’s Day, Town & Country, Yahoo!, HuffPost, Popsugar, YourTango, xoJane, Scary Mommy, Maria Shriver, The Good Men Project and other well-known platforms worldwide. Stacey is frequently called upon for her expertise and insights and has been quoted in The New York Times, HuffPost, and SheKnows, to name a few.
During our interview, Stacey and I are discussing:
Why you should never compare your divorce to someone else’s
How divorce isn’t really a catastrophic thing–it’s a lifestyle we have to live
Leaving a bad relationship because you need to (instead of waiting for the other person to mess up)
The importance of finding time to have a balanced life (which includes time for you!)
Not believing what you see on Facebook
The jobs we have to do when there’s no man in the house
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