Coping with Divorce


Blogs about coping with divorce, including: Divorce Recovery, Emotional Issues, Health and Well-Being, as well as Inspirational Advice and Stories.

Successful Same-Sex Co-Parenting: Keeping the Focus on the Child

How one couple moved from grief and guilt to respect and cooperation as same-sex co-parents. Focussing on their daughter helped them to recover from the breakdown of their romantic relationship and transition to their new relationship as co-parents.

By:Karen Kristjanson| January 22, 2018 | (0) Comments |

Tips on Recovering from Divorce

Tips on how to recover from divorce. Ways to get past divorce and to move on to a new life. How to deal with issues that arise post-divorce.

By:Wendi Schuller| January 22, 2018 | (0) Comments |

3 Self-Focused Resolutions for the Suddenly Single

If you find yourself suddenly single this year, consider these resolutions to set a good foundation moving forward – and to help you create the life and relationships you really want.

Unhappy New Year? Tips to Help You Move on after Divorce

For divorcing people, the New Year may be a cause for anger or sadness instead of celebration. If you're in the throes of unhappy emotions now, read this article for some ideas on how to get through it.

By:Rebecca| January 05, 2018 | (0) Comments |

Divorce Dilemma: Where’s the Pill for Holiday Loneliness?

Holiday divorce blues aren’t forever, though it feels that way now. Is there a pill for divorce-recovery loneliness during the holidays? Yes, but here’s straight-shooting divorce advice on alternative methods. Turn pain into gain, and learn a new life-skill: nurturing yourself. 

By:Kat Forsythe MSW| December 24, 2017 | (0) Comments |

7 Tips for Navigating Holidays as Divorced Parents

The holidays can be a complicated time for children of divorce. The best present divorced parents can give their children is an enjoyable and stress-free holiday season; here are 7 tips for achieving that goal.

By:Michael V. Fancher| December 23, 2017 | (0) Comments |

How to Recognize Parental Alienation

Parental alienation generally occurs when one parent sways a child into disengaging with the other parent, usually by speaking negatively about the other parent and/or refusing to permit or coordinate contact and timesharing between the child and that other parent. 

By:Russell J. Frank, Esq.| December 15, 2017 | (0) Comments |

Divorce and the Holidays: How to Survive this Holiday Season

There are ways to get through the holidays when getting a divorce. Reach out to co-workers, friends, and family and accompany them to events. Divorce let you discontinue holiday traditions that no longer fit and replace them with ones that are both meaningful and enjoyable.

By:Wendi Schuller| December 06, 2017 | (0) Comments |


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