The move is inspired by feedback Editor-in-Chief Arianna Huffington received after blogging about her rather unusual family vacation.
In those blogs, Huffington discussed co-parenting, and how she and her ex-husband opted to take the kids on trip with the entire family; and that included the former spouses. It was an experience the kids enjoyed and, Huffington felt, benefited from in many ways.
The other motivating factor for Huffington was a lament that “…there isn’t one go-to [website] around divorce.” Obviously, Huffington is unfamiliar with Divorce Magazine, its millions of readers each year, and its volumes of articles, tips and FAQs on life after divorce.
All kidding aside, we at Divorce Magazine are delighted that The Huffington Post is poised to offer quality information to divorcing and divorced people.
While divorce is often a traumatic experience – even when kids aren’t involved — there is indeed life after divorce. We applaud anything and anyone who helps people move towards that new life as responsibly, quickly, painlessly and affordably as possible.