My top tip for navigating divorce is to remind yourself that you do not need to do this alone – nor should you.
Divorce is never easy, and moving out after divorce is never easy either. The two combined can be a recipe for a very stressful few weeks, months, or even years. Follow this step-by-step guide to help ease the process and pave the way to a fresh start in your new home.
View it as a romantic holiday to be shared with your lover, a day of running around and making sure the children have what they need or, just another day. Do it well and be happy however you do it.
Share the love you have and you will never be alone. Not on Valentine’s Day or any other day.
Travelling and going on vacation is one of the best ways to heal after a divorce, and while some prefer the peace and solitude of retreat destinations or spa resorts, others opt to go on an adventure trip after divorce.
Once the kids leave, many couples find they have little in common. When duties of daily child-rearing diminish, many empty nesters are dissolving their marital unions, part of a trend among older adults known as “gray divorce.”
It is possible to get through a divorce without a great impact on your finances, only if you educate yourself and take some precautions.
Divorcing somebody you’ve spent a significant part of your life with can be painful, and rebooting your life from that point is often difficult. There are ways to do it, and one of the best ones is changing your environment with a bit by traveling.
When your personal life is suffering, it might feel impossible to focus at work and yet, during times of uncertainty your job and performance are essential to provide financial security and stability. So how do you manage your life, time, and sanity when you are working and going through divorce?
In my experience, after years of self-growth and self-actualization, a good self of sense leads to a fulfilling life so, get out there and get started finding out what it means to be you.