Whatever the reason(s) a marriage fails, the decision to divorce is typically an emotionally difficult one, and jumping into the divorce process without being fully prepared for what is to come can lead to several critical and potentially costly mistakes which can be avoided with the right preparation.
Here are 5 Ways to Deal With Divorced Parent Guilt During the Holidays
Dealing with divorced parent guilt can be extremely difficult during the holidays. Often, divorced parents wonder if they’re doing enough to make the holiday season special for their children. Here are a few tips newly divorced parents can follow to have a great holiday season with their kids.
4 Tips to Move on From Your Divorce
A divorce can be tough for many people, even family lawyers who deal with divorce cases daily. Judge Anthony Bompiani shares four divorce recovery tips he discovered after dealing with his own divorce.
The Two Most Important Decisions You Need to Make to Get Over Your Toxic Ex
If your ex is toxic, divorce is the best thing that could have happened. But while it’s the best thing, it’s certainly not easy.
7 Tips for Recovering From Narcissistic Abuse
Narcissistic abuse can be as overt as yelling, screaming, and criticizing or, as covert as gaslighting, withholding needs, and denying what was and wasn’t said.
Are You Properly Using Your Divorce-Related Anger?
In order for anger to work in your favor instead of against you, you need to be creative with how you use your anger. Use your anger as a constructive force, not a destructive force. When used properly constructive anger allows you to feel powerful and motivated to go after what you want.
The Best Father’s Day Gift for a Divorced Dad
This Father’s Day, the best gift a divorced dad can give himself is finding (or accepting) support to heal his wounds, address his needs, and set the foundation for a positive future.
Adult Attachment and Divorce: A New Perspective – Part 2
Understanding your Adult Attachment with compassion may help you to accept the ending of your marriage, examine your part in its problems and demise and seek therapy to work at earning a Secure Autonomous Adult Attachment.
Adult Attachment and Divorce: A New Perspective – Part 1
Adult Attachments evolve from early childhood experiences and the successes or failures from relationships in adolescence and early adulthood.
The Effects of Military PTSD on Marriage & How to Navigate It
There are many different effects of military PTSD on marriage. In fact, study on marriage and divorce following military deployment in Afghanistan found that veterans were more likely to get divorced than their peers.
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