Whatever you do, prepare yourself in advance before telling your kids about your divorce. Avoid these 6 mistakes, and think first about the consequences before taking any action.
Archives for February 2020
Essential divorce recovery tip: Turn off the TV news now, and instantly begin healing from your divorce anger, anxiety and depression. Divorce is brutal enough without a steady diet of angry, negative TV news. Here’s how to do it.
If you’re thinking of becoming a new homeowner after divorce, you may find yourself a little bit overwhelmed.
Potential new pamphlets to accompany marriage licenses may list rights and obligations from marriage and on divorce.
Look at this time as an opportunity to turn your marital house into the home of your dreams, and take advantage of the benefits that come with it.
Why is it that more divorced people struggle with addiction issues? What is it about divorce that brings about a possible predisposition for addiction?
Divorce stinks. But, like most bad things, we should try to find the silver lining in the trauma of your divorce. Take the opportunity to end one chapter and begin the next chapter of your life: a chapter you get to write and live as you want.
Learning to identify and cope with your emotional triggers is vital to a healthy second marriage. Recognizing the triggers that provoke extreme responses will lessen the risk of sabotaging your marriage by withdrawing or issuing ultimatums, such as threatening divorce.
While the term “winning a divorce” is common in popular culture, it can be a bit disingenuous and insensitive. Divorce is much more complicated than winning or losing.
Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be doomed because you’re getting divorced. How will you be spending it this year?