Check out these 4 simple home spa tips for the newly divorced to relieve stress and anxiety.
Health and Well-Being
Here are tips on staying fit during a divorce and COVID-19.
Apart from helping you rediscover your true self, a DIY home transformation can also boost your post-divorce mental health in numerous ways.
If you’ve decided to divorce during menopause, you are facing a unique set of blended challenges for your emotional wellbeing and stability.
Divorce can be one of the most stressful times in your life, and it often comes with a myriad of negative feelings – like depression or anger. Here’s how to beat anxiety after divorce before it beats you.
One of the most powerful habits you can adopt into your weekly routine is regular exercise and healthy nutrition, so let’s take a look at how you can boost your mental health with fitness during the divorce process.
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 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.