For me, the coolest thing about love is how enormously we trust it when we find it—believing in it so completely with an all-in/nothing-can-move-us commitment. Our minds follow our hearts, take all the fear and uncertainty and swap it for a blind faith we didn’t even know we had. That is what I love about love. When my daughter was 13, she told me in no uncertain terms that if she ever had a boyfriend he would be a “side dish”—direct quote—because she had too much to do in her life. Trust me, she came out of the womb this way. She arrived in the world with very precise ideas of what she wanted. And to my shock, she remained unwavering in all of them. It became incredibly clear that I didn’t have anything to do with her headstrong discipline when in preschool I caught her wincing in pain as…

There are few things that strike our lives as completely and profoundly as getting divorced. Truth is, it’s impossible to articulate its impact, the experience is that overwhelming. So many women have written to me in search of ideas, books, magic potions, anything to help ease the trek through the inevitable difficulty that becomes our everyday lives during the splitting up of a marriage. Regardless of the reasons, the walk through is a task that feels beyond description. If I could, I would try to come up with the three easy tips to a speedy, relaxed recovery. Unfortunately I already know that nothing we gain in our lives, that is truly great, is ever fast or easy. For most who ask, I share the one clear known fact I know about the pain of divorce. The first and most effective ingredient to the recipe for healing is…. time. And time is something we…

Life Advice Expert Liz Pryor is an author, speaker, columnist and life advice expert.  She is the owner of www.LizPryor.com and author of What Did I Do Wrong?  Published by Simon & Schuster, nominated for the books for a better life award. Her new memoir Look At You Now, published by Random House July, 2016,  was recently OPTIONED THE BOOK FOR THE SCREEN   In 2012, LIZ WENT  up against 15 thousand hopefuls in a national search for the position of “life advice guru” on ABC’s Good Morning America, and won.  She dispensed an advice column weekly for ABC news, answered relationship and advice questions, and appeared on-air for the morning show.  Her candid shoot from the hip approach to the growing challenges of everyday life in this fast paced culture, offers support and hope in a voice that resonates.  Liz believes as a single mom of three teenagers, most of her wisdom, idea’s,…