A God-honoring marriage is built on love, respect, and the firm foundation that only a relationship with Jesus offers.
Coping with Divorce
It’s okay to ask for help from your friends and family. They can be a great pillar of support and you won’t have to feel alienated with your problems.
In the wake of a divorce, learning a new craft can give you a sense of achievement. Even better, the process of making something releases chemicals in the brain to help you to feel happy again.
If you’re trying to move past your divorce but are having a hard time doing it, you’re not alone. Here are 6 tips to help you move on – and maybe even find love again.
The tips below helped me live through the divorce darkness and celebrate being single.
Dads can make things easier for their families if they stop making these five mistakes.
Getting a divorce can be emotionally devastating, and having children to deal with makes it infinitely harder.
With the help of a cruise, your family can grow stronger than they ever have been before.
Divorce and substance abuse can sometimes go hand in hand, particularly for people who have a genetic disposition to alcoholism. Here’s why divorce can lead to substance abuse and what you can do to prevent it.
Work together as parents, don’t play the blame game, and do your best to create a new situation that your kids can thrive in.