Why People Leave

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As a recently-divorced woman having worked in the field of online education for almost 16 years, I’m no stranger to the feelings of restlessness and discontent. The concept of my 11-year marriage (nearly 14-year relationship) paralleled that of my full-time employment history — it served its purpose and was tied to survival, but left me feeling hollow, undervalued, and simply exhausted.

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Lauren brings insight and humor to weight gain, relationships, parenting, work, divorce, and bad dates. She lives in NC with her two kids and three dogs.

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Lauren Warliga

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Lauren brings insight and humor to weight gain, relationships, parenting, work, divorce, and bad dates. She lives in NC with her two kids and three dogs.

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