Although addiction may have lasting effects on a marriage, it doesn’t always have to end in separation or divorce. Here are five actions you can take to help your addicted spouse get sober.
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Rebuilding your life after the hopelessness financial instability of divorce is possible with the tips below.
If you’re divorcing someone with an addiction, it can have an impact on your divorce. See the five ways below.
Divorce can be extremely damaging to your physical, emotional, mental well-being. Here are 5 tips for taking care of your mental health during divorce.
You may not be an artist but, that doesn’t mean you can’t draw your way through divorce recovery.
Although divorce is not a positive experience, there are ways to get through the divorce process with a positive attitude.
Divorce can be emotionally draining. If you’re also suffering from depression and low self-esteem, consider making counseling part of your road to recovery.
Divorced from an alcoholic? Do you have a plan in place in case they go to rehab?
Addiction is one of the top-ten reasons for divorce. Through the right combination of couples therapy and addiction treatment, however, you might be able to save your marriage.
It doesn’t matter why you got divorced. What matters is how willing you are to jump-start your new life and let go of the past.