Pausing can mean meditation, drinking coffee alone, or even listening to lo-fi music. Whatever brings you that kind of mental pause, do it.
Coping with Divorce
If you are divorced or are going through a divorce, you might assume that receiving alimony and/or child support payments will qualify as income to refinance your current mortgage or get a new one. Unfortunately, you may discover that is not necessarily true. What you and others might consider income and what mortgage lenders consider qualified income may be two very different things.
Only by working through your unhealthy habits and attachment style can you hope to change the outcomes of future relationships.
The emotional rollercoaster of divorce, characterized by depths of despair one day and euphoric highs the next, can aptly be compared to a rollercoaster. While some may enjoy living on the edge, I certainly did not appreciate the unpredictable twists and turns that came at breakneck speed during my own divorce.
Interestingly, me time doesn’t have to be solitary; you can invite your best friend or a beloved family member to join you in your chosen activity.
A collaborative divorce is just what it sounds like. You and your spouse work together to decide the terms for your split. Instead of having a judge decide every single issue involved in your divorce, you’ll collaborate to find answers to questions.
Even if you see yourself rebuilding a new, better life after divorce, unless your self-image matches matches what it takes to make it so, you won’t achieve the results you envision for the future.
Coping Mechanism for Dealing with Toxic People
Your financial future depends on good credit scores and clean credit reports with no derogatory items. In this article, I review the steps and offer some tips for handling your credit reports, joint credit cards, and other debts, so your credit will be protected before, during, and after divorce.
Possibly one of the hardest conversations you might have when it comes to sharing the news about your divorce will be with your adult kids.