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Coping with Divorce
Are you immobilized by shame or grief after your spouse’s sudden departure? When she was blindsided by divorce, one woman found the road to recovery started with finding the right therapist.
Cooking with your kids and bonding through food can build their self-confidence and relieve the stress of divorce. Making meals together can also help create lasting memories for you and your children.
Although divorce is not a positive experience, there are ways to get through the divorce process with a positive attitude.
Divorce related stress can interfere with your ability to stay focused at work. The tips below will help you separate your divorce from your work performance.
If your spouse has cheated it would benefit you to take some time to discover the legal implications of their infidelity.
Following these tips will promote civility and help you and your spouse navigate a low-conflict divorce.
Divorce can be emotionally draining. If you’re also suffering from depression and low self-esteem, consider making counseling part of your road to recovery.
If you recently got a divorce and your children are heading back to school this week, take into consideration the following ways a divorce can affect your children’s academic performance and take the proper steps to help them.
God loves divorcees because they are brokenhearted and in need of His healing love. God wants us to embrace and love divorcees as He does – not avoid, ignore, or shame them.