Dear Tim,

I was hoping to set up another appointment with you prior to the end of my insurance. But that was not possible.

The divorce is finally final. I am still shell shocked by all of the continued, crap. I keep expecting more. But I throw those thoughts in my boxes on the shelf in my mind as much as I can.

I guess the most profound dates for me were the ‘drive the dagger home’ day, where you helped him to say he had no intentions of working on our relationship. He had given up that along time ago. And the other day was the comment you made, “It’s him not you.”

It was helpful for you to have the insight into him and to get that over with so early in our sessions. It helped me close that door and start looking for ways to progress for me and for (my son). Another big help was (my son), I had to stay up for him and stay motivated to find things for us to do, which helped us to start our own new life. I have dated, found someone to share in rediscovering things and places that I forgot I loved. I have started doing my artwork again, and it helps find an inner peace, like a new world discovered.

The final was 2 weeks ago. I ended up with what I wanted, x% of the property, alimony and his retirement for the rest of my life. And it was worth the $xx it cost. (that is only equal to x years of my money). And his attorney fees are 3x that much.

I feel as though (former husband) wanted freedom. But I am the one who found it.

Thank you so much for your help and guidance. It was a great driving force in my recovery.

PS. (My Son) is doing great; it is such a comfort for him to be in a good place and to be so happy.