COVID-19 taught us all plenty of lessons and gave us some bitter pills to swallow. Just remember, if you’re considering getting a divorce or you’ve already filed, you’re not alone.
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Encouraging strong co-parenting communication with a parent who doesn’t often get to see your children in person can be tricky. The most important thing about any arrangement is putting your children first.
One “benefit” about being a young divorcee is the time you still have. You haven’t given 20+ years of your life to someone who makes you unhappy. You can learn a lot about yourself and what you truly want.
There are so many things you can do to connect with your community after a divorce. The most important thing is to take that leap and do it! The next chapter officially starts now, and you’re in charge of how it’s written.
“Celebrate” and “divorce” don’t usually go hand-in-hand. But you can find joy and even celebrate parts of it – if you look in the right places.
If you are going through divorce, do the things you want and give yourself time to figure out what that next chapter looks like.
This is a good time to declutter your mental and physical space – which may have become jumbled or messy during your marriage.
If you have your heart set on a new home, here are some financial tips that you can use to make your best offer.
Divorce can give you the opportunity you need to find the joy and confidence you might have thought was gone.
It is extremely important to take care of your physical and mental health during divorce.