The best way to move on from the past as an infidelity survivor is by celebrating everything you are thankful for in your life.
What is there to be thankful for after a Thanksgiving divorce? A lot, as it turns out.
The “New You” embodies cherished elements of your pre-divorce self with aspects of your deliberately chosen post-divorce persona.
Feeling rejected is a normal part of grieving and letting go after a marriage ends; here are seven ways to heal from feelings of rejection post-divorce.
Many things we reminisce about in a past relationship never really existed outside of our romantic dreams. Stop viewing the past through rose-colored glasses – and start romanticizing your future instead.
A slew of new TV shows focused on divorce comedy are set to air in 2015 and 2016, injecting a welcome sense of levity into an otherwise difficult life event.
Researchers have found that the stress of divorce could speed up the aging process and even make divorcees more prone to developing serious illnesses.
Working through the legal, financial, and even practical issues of divorce can trigger strong emotions. Here’s a way to make sure they don’t overwhelm you – or stop you from making wise decisions.
The response to DivorceMagazine.com’s new blog from people experiencing separation and divorce has been so great that we have decided to offer a new service: video blogging, which allows users to record a video with their computer’s web cam.
Overcoming the trauma of divorce: when the life you have constructed falls apart, the way you see the world and your place in it changes.