The must read roadmap for anyone who is confronting infidelity, divorce, separation, family breakups or communciation breakdowns. Within weeks of being told, "I don't love you and I want a divorce," Monique A. Honaman promised herself, "I won't go through this agonizing event without turning it around and helping others to learn from it." In The High Road Has Less Traffic, Monique shares her personal journey, prepares you for the unexpected hazards, and explains the realization that taking the "high road" can be the most self-fulfilling and productive "exit strategy" to follow for the good of all involved, especially children. Humorous, inspirational and always poignant. Take it straight from the heart, The High Road Has Less Traffic is the only way to go!
- Paperback: 142 pages
- Publisher: High Road Less Traffic, LLC (August 10, 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0615375340
- ISBN-13: 978-0615375342
- Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 8 x 0.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
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A smart, informative read!
DIVORCE IS NOT FUN
Monique has set a standard and because of this many others will be able to walk this same walk.
This is an easy book to read, but very thought pervoking. Is inexpensive and compared with a divorce is really cheap. Although it might appear that this book was written from a woman’s point of view, I found it to be excellent.
Not as good as I expected
Great roadmap & support
The High Road Has Less Traffic
Easy Read, Great Content
As it can be guessed from the title, Monique vowed to take the “high road” throughout her process and she’s living proof that it works. But the book isn’t all about her journey. Part of Monique’s High Road is helping others through similar events. And so, in addition to a personal story, the book is filled with helpful tips for other women. She includes a budget worksheet, inspirational quotes and even a little advice about hiring or acting as a PI.
My favorite part is the one entitled “Using The F-Word: The Power of Forgiveness”. I was delighted to discover a whole chapter devoted to the benefits of such an act. In this section, Monique explains how she came to trade *that* F-word for a much healthier one. She talks about the benefits to the forgiver and reminds us that forgiving is indeed a selfish act. In her words: “Just because I forgave him, doesn’t mean I was not going to hold him accountable. What it did mean was that I was not going to spend hours each day thinking negative energy-draining thoughts about him.” I couldn’t agree more. There is a difference between “forgiveness” and “permission” and I’m glad to see that pointed out within these pages.
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