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It’s crucial to acknowledge that going through a divorce can be an unbelievably stressful time. And, to help guide you through this trying time it’s more important now than ever to be grateful for the good in your life.
For all the Stepfathers who "stepped up" and showed what true love and acceptance was, and for being everything you didn't have to be, but still chose to be, Happy Father's Day!
Your friendships are tested when you’re coping with divorce recovery. Friends seem to disappear, especially when the divorce drags on. Here’s how to ask for support long after the initial offers to help have ceased.
Valuable divorce advice, learned during an MRI: No matter what noise rattles around you, listen beyond it. Hear the guidance and the inner message inside you, your key to survival during the divorce process. Turn fear into focus during divorce, even in the scariest of places. Here’s how I did it.
Coping with divorce and stressed to the max? Meditation gives you control over your untrained, monkey chatter mind. Here's how to meditate during divorce.
There are many important questions you should ask yourself before heading for divorce. Do you have a plan before you walk out the door or are left behind? Do you realize the consequences of being unprepared? Being well-informed, knowing your rights, and being self-sufficient is crucial to your success.
When infidelity is discovered during the divorce process, you feel blindsided, furious, humiliated and hurt. After my own experience, I provide my favorite tips for those struggling through the impact of cheating during an already volatile divorce. This is how to stay strong and thinking "forward!".
If your New Year is starting with getting a divorce, follow these four simple tips to help you gain clarity and confidence about your decision – whether you stay or leave.