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.
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.
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.
Overcoming the trauma of divorce by reclaiming your life means imagining and then creating the future you desire.
It’s hard to trust someone with your heart after being betrayed. The good news is that most infidelity survivors eventually find love again; these tips should help you in your search.
During your divorce, you may need to raise funds for college, retirement, a new car or vacation, or to help pay for the divorce itself. Jewelry items collected over the course of the marriage are a potential source of income, but how do you go about selling these items for the best price?
If you’ll be newly single on New Year’s Eve, take the opportunity to reinvent your life: make some powerful resolutions that will put you on the path to happiness and prosperity next year.