Uncoupling after 50 takes a toll. It’s a loss that can take you through depression, anger, fear, and loneliness. “It throws you into unknown waters,” says Marjorie Schulte, a Scottsdale, Arizona, psychotherapist who counsels couples. “But it’s also a transition period of real soul-searching and an opportunity for a great deal of growth and evolution.”
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.
Remember the saying, “All things shall pass.” This was my motto during divorce and it can be used during a less favorite season. The cycle of seasons, like life, encompasses variety and keeps things interesting.
When your head seems stuck in an inescapable funk, after stopping to acknowledge that you are not in a good mental place, take a really deep breath, and slowly exhale all the darkness, all the noise, all the fear, the anger, the bitterness, the self-doubt, self-hatred, and with a clear head, ask yourself these questions.
Christmas alone is as bad as you think it will be. With these 4 tips and a positive attitude, you’ll feel the spirit of the season, we promise!
To protect yourself from burnout and find harmony in life after divorce, here are some useful strategies/tips to rebuild your life and come out stronger.
Going through a divorce raises a lot of questions and concerns, some of which have to deal with your living arrangements, and how you’re going to move on emotionally and spiritually. While there is certainly no easy answer to these questions, you can use these tips to make the process a bit easier and rise above this ordeal to rebuild your life.