The end of your marriage offers the opportunity to try new post-divorce hobbies and activities – or simply pick up where you left off all those years ago.
Health and Well-Being
Here are some tips that can help you cope with late-life parental divorce – without neglecting your own family and life.
Some changes are exciting and invigorating while others are viewed as overwhelmingly negative – and divorce is one of them. Here are simple tips on how to find calm when experiencing divorce anxiety.
Like any other chronic illness, mental illness can take a toll on a marriage. Here are 12 tips to help maintain your relationship with your spouse in spite your or their mental illness.
Research shows that spirituality can boost happiness and a sense of communal support. Playing an important role in healing mind, body, and soul, spirituality can help you heal after divorce.
This podcast will give you a better understanding of what’s causing your divorce-related stress and anxiety, and offer useful coping mechanisms to help you deal with those feelings.
A recent study claims that married people are more likely to survive a heart attack than single or divorced individuals.
Gray divorce can often lead to significant financial stress, as the bills that were once paid by two now must be paid independently.
Nobody wants to go through a divorce filled with accusations and disagreements. Unfortunately, in some cases, a divorce can go from amicable to ugly really quickly.
Sometimes parents feel the need to wait until their children get older before getting a divorce. The truth is, a divorce may be better for the kids.