It has been 525,600 minutes, 8,760 hours, 365 days, 52 weeks, and one whole year since I truly committed to self harm recovery.
I really can’t believe it. I consider myself fully recovered. I want to cry because that in itself is so mind-blowing. I definitely can’t take full credit for this year, because I wouldn’t have made it if it wasn’t for my support system and amazing Savior.
Yesterday I told Kim about the accomplishment and she suggested something that was so scary at the time – committing to recover from Ed today. I may have freaked out
a ton just a little initially, but as I thought about it more I realized something: what was I waiting for? I wasn’t in full recovery. I’ve basically been in quasi-recovery for the better part of this year and honestly haven’t made a huge amount of progress. I didn’t tell Kim because I wanted to surprise her, but that night I got busy.
I started off looking at the template on Jenni Schaefer’s website and made my very own divorce decree from Ed
This cause came for hearing on Tuesday, December 2, 2014, upon the complaint of the Plaintiff, and upon consideration thereof, the Court enters judgment hereinafter set forth.
The Court finds that the parties were married on Thursday, November 1, 2012. The Court also finds that the parties are incompatible and that the Plaintiff is entitled to a divorce as demanded.
Grounds for Divorce
- Ed is abusive, controlling, and manipulative.
- Ed forces the Plaintiff to harm her body on a daily basis.
- Ed has separated the Plaintiff from those who love her.
- Ed keeps the Plaintiff from growing closer to her Savior, Jesus Christ.
- Ed will not allow the Plaintiff to reach her true potential.
Allocation of Parental Rights
No children have been born. Therefore, no communication is necessary between the two parties concerning a child’s welfare. This means full recovery is possible!
IT IS ORDERED, ADJUDGED, AND DECREED that the parties’ marital property and debt be distributed between the parties as follows:
Ed can take his pain, misery, and lies and get as far away from the Plaintiff as possible.
Plaintiff is entitled to all happiness, laughter, dreams, relationships, freedom, and love.
Plaintiff will have a future free from Ed’s Torture.
Plaintiff gives control of her life completely to God.
Jenny said she had to take a picture of me signing it 😛
I had Jenny and my mom so far sign as my witnesses and I also am having Kim sign when I next see her. (And I got Livvy’s signature printed and glued on, I was just too lazy to take another picture!) Also, I’m super excited to be her witness because she wants to do a divorce decree too!! Love love love how God brought us together and is making us so much stronger through our relationship!
I don’t think I’ve stopped smiling today. I feel empowered, confident, and free. I am thankful for everything in this past year and all that is to come since Ed is not going to be in the picture any longer!!!
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