In my work as a divorce coach, and personally through my own divorce recovery, I have found there is one tool that has grounded me during whatever stage of transition I’m experiencing, and the start of the new year is the perfect time to revisit this gem.
Archives for December 2022
Calming oneself through deep breathing helps us to realize that truly nothing horrible is happening to us right now and allows us to make healthy, well-reasoned choices that will benefit us in the long term.
It’s just this simple: divorce can ruin you financially.
The best legal process for you is the one that helps you toward safety, stability and security. Collaborative divorce is a good process for many people, but it isn’t right for everyone. Whatever your legal process, get ready to move forward, and stay committed to the best possible future for your child.
If you’re waiting to file for divorce, or even to tell your spouse that the marriage is over, there are many things to consider and it hard to know where to start. Follow these 10 steps to make that first discussion as productive as possible.
Divorce rates are steadily increasing and with this comes a growing group of people ready to get back into the dating game. If you are also a divorcee searching for your next romantic conquest, here are a few dating sites that are bound to help you make a fresh start!
Co-parenting during the holiday season can be stressful, especially if you and your ex-spouse don’t know how to approach this new dynamic in your relationship. Luckily, there are steps you can follow to ensure that, as parents, you guys do the best you can to make this holiday a wonderful experience for your children.
Divorce can be challenging and emotionally exhausting for many. In some cases, people neglect their credit when going through a divorce due to various reasons. Protecting your credit score during a divorce is crucial for those going through one.
Let’s face it, it’s a challenge for parents to create new traditions and devise a plan to survive the holidays. For the recently divorced parent, the holidays can be an emotional, stressful, and perhaps a lonely time of year – especially if they don’t have new traditions and support systems in place.
Talking to some teens about anything, let alone their parents’ impending divorce, can be challenging and, quite honestly, daunting. Your teen will likely have many questions, some of which you may be unable to answer.