Love comes in all shapes and sizes, & romantic is only one of love’s many faces. We created this page to lift your spirits & remind you that love is all around despite the end of your marriage.
If you and your family have recently undergone a significant change in dynamics here are some things you can do to make the Father’s Day weekend a more positive experience for your children.
Since the pandemic began, each day has brought a cascade of emotions – fear, hope, anger, gratitude. Lately, a voice in the back of my head has become louder. “You’ve been here before during your divorce. You found your rudders. Go back to them now.”
Here are a few actionable tips to help you navigate the tricky waters of divorce and start your business when your marriage has come to an end.
Here are a few helpful tips to add to your routine that will detox your body and mind after divorce.
Remember this—plain and simple, Girlfriend, your divorce is YOUR divorce, and although support is crucial and beneficial, there are going to be stretches of your suddenly single path you simply must walk alone.
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.