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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.
For various reasons, the divorce rates among the elderly are on their way up. This article explores the reasons for this phenomenon and the impact on the adult children and property rights.
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!".
Divorce advice and the holidays: Coping with divorce means handling the hurt from people who were formerly your friends. One self-message helps you through it all. Use it and keep the holidays positive for yourself and your kids.
For adults who grew up in a divorced family, the holidays can be a challenging time. One of the most helpful approaches is to develop your own traditions and invite family members to join you!
Adult children of divorce aren’t responsible for their parents' happiness. Coping with divorce of long-term married parents requires strategies to take care of your own life, first.
If you're an adult kid of divorce struggling to deal with keeping your children's family relationships whole after their grandparents got divorced, or you're a divorced grandparent trying to figure out how to behave, I have some thoughts here for you.