Most parents and a lot of other people want to be supportive of a young person as they go through such a challenging time as the divorce of their parents.
Coping with Divorce
In a divorce, you need a clear head, a long-view and a realistic assessment of where you are and where you are going.
It’s time to make a move and embrace this significant transition. It’s time to become a new version of yourself, tougher and wiser than ever before.
Conflict readiness is the process of looking at your situation with a future focus and preparing for your next meeting or mediation.
Although nothing can fully prepare you for what’s coming during divorce, there are some things that you can keep in mind that might make the whole process easier.
After your divorce, you deserve a fresh start in every part of your life – including sex.
I didn’t want a divorce; I wanted my marriage to work no matter what the cost. Or, so I thought at the time.
Transitioning back to school after divorce and switching to a new schedule brings with them another set of stresses. If you’re divorced or contemplating divorce, these stresses can be unwanted and overwhelming
Embarking on a solo road trip offers you a chance to reinvent yourself, redefine your life, and let your confidence and strength reemerge.
The main takeaway from these 10 empowerment tips should be and hopefully will be is to never give up, never stop believing in yourself to handle whatever adversity life puts on your plate.