Avoiding these common mistakes people make during divorce can put you in a position to move on to a healthy emotional and financial space post-divorce.
Coping with Divorce
It can be difficult to let go of the stress of divorce once the divorce is final. It’s important to be able to break out of that stressful divorce rut and move on with your life.
Beware the ex who wants to remain friends after divorce: they may just be a psychopath!
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You have to take care of yourself after divorce to make the transition from married to single successfully.
Not everyone who goes through a divorce needs to go into therapy. For many women it can be helpful to discuss their emotions with a therapist to learn coping tools for working through rough patches that they have hit during this time of transition. Children, too frequently, benefit from both family and individual counseling. Friends […]
Make a list of things you enjoy doing and try to work in one or two of those activities a week, such as shooting hoops with friends or working on a hobby or project. Enjoyable tasks will help to ground you in the understanding that there is life after divorce. Don’t engage in unnecessary bickering […]
With divorce, it’s understandable that some men might want to rip off the band-aid as fast as possible. Rushing the process or making decisions fueled by emotion instead of reason can easily lead to mistakes. A man who feels guilty or just wants out of the relationship, might give in to whatever his former spouse […]
If you’ve not yet shared the decision with your spouse, you should go about gathering various financial information as well as trying to prepare yourself both emotionally as well as economically for what’s going to be somewhat of an upheaval in your life. Share it with your spouse, ask the question, “Why?” Get prepared for […]
After years of studying the impact of divorce on children, we have discovered that it is the CONFLICT between the parents, not the divorce per se, that is so emotionally traumatic for children.