"I just thought it was the best thing to take my marbles and go play somewhere else, [that's] what [my] daddy used to always say," she continued.
MUST SEE: Reba Mc Entire's Ex-Husband Narvel Blackstock is Dating Her Best Friend After Their Divorce "I'm going to keep on loving life. I'm going to call the ones I love in my life — my friends and family — a little more often and I'm going to keep on telling them how much they are loved," the former star said after her breakup. People always ask me, 'What are you going to do next?
"I think it’s always nice to have somebody to go to dinner with and fall in love with," she said.
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Putting down your ex or rehashing old hurts will only keep you in a negative and depressed state if mind. A leader, however, creates value because he/she has a full life, his time is scarce.
to your female friends for company and support, but stay clear of "male bashing." Keep the conversations positive. Trying one new thing per month will give you confidence in yourself and you never know who you might meet. It is a short-lived ego boost for the hunted, but ultimately not attractive (you're too easy to get).
In a previous interview, Reba opened up about her divorce from Narvel and revealed the split wasn't her idea. So, it was really hard to make the adjustment when someone's not happy.
I just want everybody to be happy in their lives because our lives are too short to be miserable," she said.The couple previously tied the knot in 1989 and welcomed son Shelby in February 1990.Narvel — Reba's former music manager — additionally has three older children, son , together.Yolanda may have felt alone on the playing field, but she was far from it. The number of women living alone has doubled to 14.6 million, and the number has nearly tripled for men, jumping from 3.5 million to 10.3 million.With so many single adults out there, one might guess that there's also a lot of dating going on.People need time to adjust to the major changes that divorce brings: different living situations, moving, financial struggles, and having to share time with your kids. It’s the death of your hopes, dreams, and beliefs that you will spend the rest of your life with your spouse. It’s wise to wait a year or so, so that you can evaluate your life, take inventory of who you are, change the things about you that you don’t like, and discover what exactly you’re looking for in a partner.