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.”
Health and Well-Being
Here are a few helpful tips to add to your routine that will detox your body and mind after divorce.
COVID-19 is a golden opportunity to work on issues of cooperation and love. Children should always come first since they are usually the innocent ones.
The coronavirus has drawn the world to a standstill, putting those going through a divorce in an even more difficult and complex situation. By resolving conflicts, discussing future plans, and keeping the interests of children in mind, it is possible to get a sense of stability while living together under quarantine.
First and foremost, a custody order is a court order, which should be followed, even during a pandemic. If your order directs you to exchange your child on Wednesdays at 5:00 PM, you should make your best effort to do so.
Toxicity in relationships usually gets worse, if you find yourself in a physically or emotionally abusive relationship, it’s important to know you are not alone. Domestic violence advocates are urging women who are not in forced quarantine or isolation to seek help immediately.
Life after divorce can be very challenging, especially for a single dad.
During this pandemic, you must be flexible about changing your parenting schedule to protect your kids. Here are 8 tips to help divorced parents weather the Coronavirus.
Going through a divorce can be a process that consists of sadness, disappointment, and grief. Imagine having to go through it while enduring chronic pain and the stress of everyday life too? If you’re unable to deal with all of these things at once, you may find it difficult to cope.
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.