My divorce was finalized four months ago. My friends tell me I should start dating again, but I have two young children and I think I should just devote my life to raising them and hold off dating until they get older. Is that a healthy thing to do or should I take my friends' advice and start dating?
I'm lonely after my divorce. My ex-husband has the kids every other week and the house seems so quiet with them gone. What do I do to cure the loneliness that I feel when the kids walk out the door?
Now that my divorce is final, I would like to stay friends with my ex-husband's sister. Is that possible? How do I approach her about still wanting to be friends?
I started dating again about 6 months after my divorce was final. I've been dating for a year now but I'm just not meeting the right person. Most of my dates are boring. There's no chemistry. What am I doing wrong?
What do people do with their wedding photos after a divorce? I want to throw them away, because my ex-husband cheated on me, and it's too painful to look at the pictures. But we have two young children. What should I do?
I'm uncomfortable with the thought of dating again after divorce. Yet, I get lonely. My divorce was finalized six months ago. How do I know if I'm really ready to put myself back out there?
A divorce may be granted in Nevada divorce law for any of the following grounds.
During and following a divorce, you will experience various stages of grief as you begin processing your divorce and what caused your marriage to end.
When a stepparent enters your child's life, you will likely feel a mix of emotions – especially if the new partner played a role in your ex-spouse's infidelity. While your ex's new marriage may be difficult to deal with, there are things you can do to ensure the transition is a positive experience for your child.
Sometimes couples may find themselves rushing to finalize their divorce and "get it over with." Unfortunately, once the divorce is finalized, you may find yourself regretting things you did or didn't do. To ensure the process is in your and your family's best interest, follow these seven steps.
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