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.
Spirituality and Divorce
Contrary to Catholic tradition, Pope Francis wants the Church to embrace divorced and remarried people, as well as their children.
If you’re newly separated or divorced, you may be dreading holidays. But with planning, creativity, and courage you can cope with – and even enjoy – holidays throughout the year. Here are 7 strategies to help you recapture some of the joy you experienced as a child during the holidays.
Befriending your ex-spouse is about forming a new and positive relationship that is different from the one you had as a married couple.
Use the art of Positive Manipulation to consciously shift yourself away from a negative state of being and make choices that benefit you, your ex and your children. This easy step by step process will guide you to a happier and sound life.
Learn how to let go of what other people think of your divorce. Susan Pease Gadoua explains the way some will act when they hear the news of your divorce and different strategies for you to deal with their criticism.
Learn the ABC’s of dealing with anger and frustration with Lori Rubenstein. The fundamentals of keeping a sound mind and controlling the emotions are easily learned from following this exercise.
At our core, we know that forgiveness is the way to go. We know instinctively that it’s best for us. But why is it so hard to forgive?
Learn about how not forgiving an ex-spouse can hurt your recovery from the divorce process. You could be allowing your ex to continue controlling some aspects of your life, so learn how to forgive them with these great tips from Len Stauffenger.
Although we all agree that we do not like change, there are ways to ease into a life transition. Setting up stability is one of the first steps needed for change.