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Happily married.

In 2014, after being together with my husband for more than 15 years he decided he wanted a divorce.

I did not want a divorce, but in the state of Virginia, I was powerless to stop him.

I did what I could to slow the process (hoping he’d eventually come to his senses), but he doggedly proceeded down the path of dissolving our marriage as fast as the law allowed.

While remaining faithful to the vows we’d made to each other and doing everything I could to make sure he knew he was welcome to rejoin our life together at any time, I did not stop living my life.

Although there was nothing I wanted to do more than curl up in a ball and cry until I shriveled up and died, at just 35, I had a hunch that I still had a lot of life left ahead of me.

But, how was I going to go on?

I was ALONE, and I couldn’t think of anything worse than facing the world as a Single person.

It wasn’t easy, but I decided that instead of allowing my life to be diminished by my Suddenly Single status, I would reframe it as an opportunity to embark on a grand new adventure.

One in which I’d test my own mettle, slay every one of my inner dragons (like fear of ballroom dancing), and find a way to feel more fully alive than ever before (or die trying).

Suddenly Single, I decided I was not going to let my lack of a partner cause me to live a life that felt like I was doing less than I am capable of.

I would not let fear hold me down. Yes, I was afraid (many, MANY times), but I would not let it hold me back from living a full life.

I don’t know how or why you ended up Suddenly Single, but what I do know is that what you need to focus on at this moment is NOT the person you will spend the rest of your life with, but on BECOMING a person YOU are thrilled to spend EACH day with.

Explore who that person is and start living life to the fullest, right now. TODAY!

I know it’s not easy to think about adventuring, exploring, and breaking new ground when your best-laid plans feel like they’ve been blown to smithereens.

But trust me, it’s what you need to do, and you CAN do it.

I’m here to help and show you the ropes.

Here you’ll find all the tools and resources you need, like my podcast, The Suddenly Single Show, to help you reframe your Suddenly Single status as your next grand adventure and move forward to becoming a person you’re thrilled to spend the rest of your life with.

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Today begins a whole new chapter in your life, and I can’t wait to hear where this adventure takes you! Drop me a line anytime.

Adventure on!


Danielle :-)