You may be thinking, Oh, but Courtney, I’m not that person anymore. My spouse isn’t that person anymore. I would smile and tell you, “Maybe you’re right. But you can be if you want to.” And then I would ask you if you wanted to. If you don’t, that’s fine. I’m not here to judge you if you’re done. But I’m betting that a part of you, even if it’s the size of a sliver, wants to. And if that’s the case, then get ready to remember.
Here’s what I want you to know – we are the ones that get to decide who we are. No one else. You are the one who is the author of this new chapter. But where do I begin, you may wonder? Just like you’ve tackled a troublesome PCS in the past, call on that strength as you’re charting this new course. Because if there’s one thing I’ve learned from this military life, it’s how you can start over. Again and again. So, today, I want to encourage you to begin again. And remember.
About this author: Courtney Boyer, M.Ed., M.S., CL, is a Relationship Coach and Sexpert who helps high achievers become as successful in their relationships as they are in their careers. She loves coffee, red wine, and serving her military community. You can learn more about Courtney at Stepping Stones Coaching