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Divorce is already a hard enough thing to deal with; however, removing yourself from an abusive relationship in the process can make things almost impossible. The best way to do so is by learning to live without them and learning to love yourself in the process.
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.
If you are patient enough to allow time for these four stages of divorce recovery, you can turn divorce into an opportunity to examine your life and start living fully.
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.
The relationship a daughter has with her father can impact her psychological well-being for years to come. Fostering a daughter’s self-esteem following divorce is a top priority.
In order to start a process of healing, it's important that you practice self-care to maintain a healthy body and mind. Here are nine tips that can help you get started.
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.
During divorce, it is easy to slip into negativity and not see anything positive. Various studies have indicated that not having a positive outlook can affect one's health. Look for some positives when going through or recovering from a divorce.