Gossip at work following a divorce is inevitable. Unfortunately, it can be a big problem, and it’s important to be able to handle it the right way.
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When the #MeToo movement began trending on social media toward the end of 2017, it shook the bedrock of male-dominated industries. But what does this mean for marriages in America?
Exercising may be the last thing on your mind after a divorce. Things are chaotic, you’re still trying to sort out your new life, and going to the gym isn’t even on your to-do list. But setting and accomplishing fitness goals after divorce can help you in many ways.
Divorce is really hard, and it’s taxing on your emotions. If you find a way to cope, and there’s an app to help, there’s no shame in using them so you can find peace through your divorce.
It’s important to head into your next job interview after divorce feeling confident, pulled together, and positive. While the rest of your life may feel out of control right now, you can still ace the interview.
It may sound cliche, but your life really isn’t over until it’s over. The end of your marriage isn’t the end of you. With that said, there are many different ways to move forward from a divorce, no matter how painful.
It’s easy for alcohol to fill the vacuum your spouse has left in your life. It is also easy to use alcohol to cope with resulting guilt from your divorce. For some, alcohol addiction is even a root cause of divorce.
Even though you can and will heal, you won’t go back to being the same person you were before you got married. No two people who must heal after a divorce do so in the same way, and there is no single path to success.
Divorce is hard. Keeping your information safe might be harder. Using these four tips to handle cybersecurity concerns during your divorce can make the process easier and less stressful.
Depression impacts so many physical functions, from your own well-being and ability to have a new, meaningful relationship to your child’s happiness and social life.