Paula Casner’s Thriving Beyond Non-Traditional Divorce

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This title is a how to manual on getting through divorce. While it is primarily designed for people traditionally referred to as gay, or GLBTQ, the ideas and activities in this book are applicable for anyone who is in a long-term relationship that is not supported by the family and society around them. There are many people who marry an individual their mother simply does not like. The family support when this relationship breaks up is usually minimal and a lot of I told you so comes from the people who one would normally expect to be kind. This is the experience for people who are gay lesbian/bi/trans/queer with relationships in general.

Someone is always willing to blame the kind of relationship for its failure rather than offering support in a traditional kind way when someone is going through divorce. This book is to help us validate our own experience and create support that is responsive and designed for us. We, the people whose family disapprove of whoever we love, are devastated when we lose these relationships. This is a book for those of us who have double loss the loss of the relationship, and the loss of ever thinking that our family will get it and understand how to support us in hard times. We can do this for ourselves. This is a book to teach us how to create our own unique support systems to support our own joy and place for joy in the world.

Paula Casner is a therapist who does social work with impoverished people. She has works with individuals, couples, and families, some who have nothing and some who have everything, and helped them find ways to transform their lives, relationships, and themselves in the process.  She is a radical leftist in thought and deed, and has the courage to admit it, and takes pride in it. Paula has a non-traditional life and supports others in coping with GLBTQQ (and so on with all the many initials) relationships.

About The Author

Paula Casner is a therapist who social does social working with impoverished people. She has works with individuals, couples, and families, some who have nothing and some who have everything, and helped them find ways to transform their lives, relationships, and themselves in the process.  She is a radical leftist person in thought and deed, still has the courage to admit it, and even takes pride in it.  She has had a non-traditional life and supported others in coping with GLBTQQ (and so on with all the many initials) relationships. 

She loves to dance, and sing, simultaneously!  She has used the many things she has taught her clients for years to dig herself out of hard places, especially relationship endings and life transitions. 

She wrote this book so you, the reader, may you find her information and shared experiences helpful on your path, and may have an idea where to start in those dark place, and so you know there are others who have walked through the fire and have come out of the experience transformed, wiser, and even happier.  May your life be blessed with options for this to happen for you.

Paula Casner is a therapist whose social work is with impoverished people. She has works with individuals, couples, and families, some who have nothing and some who have everything, and helped them find ways to transform their lives, relationships, and themselves in the process.  She is a radical leftist in thought and deed, and has the courage to admit it, and takes pride in it. Paula has a non-traditional life and supports others in coping with GLBTQQ (and so on with all the many initials) relationships. 

 She loves to dance, and sing, simultaneously!  She has used the many things she has taught her clients for years to dig herself out of hard places, especially relationship endings and life transitions. 

 She wrote this book so you, the reader, may you find her information and shared experiences helpful on your path, and may have an idea where to start in those dark place, and so you know there are others who have walked through the fire and have come out of the experience transformed, wiser, and even happier.  May your life be blessed with options for this to happen for you.

This book is a how to manual on getting through divorce. While it is primarily designed for people traditionally referred to as gay, or GLBTQ, the ideas and activities in this book are applicable for anyone who is in a long-term relationship that is not supported by the family and society around them. There are many people who marry an individual their mother simply does not like. The family support when this relationship breaks up is usually minimal and a lot of I told you so comes from the people who one would normally expect to be kind. This is the experience for people who are gay lesbian/bi/trans/queer with relationships in general. 

Someone is always willing to blame the kind of relationship for its failure rather than offering support in a traditional kind way when someone is going through divorce This book is to help us validate our own experience and create support that is responsive and designed for us. We, the people whose family disapprove of whoever we love, are devastated when we lose these relationships. This is a book for those of us who have double loss the loss of the relationship, and the loss of ever thinking that our family will get it and understand how to support us in hard times. We can do this for ourselves. This is a book to teach us how to create our own unique support systems to support our own joy and place for joy in the world

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