As you navigate the process, the following suggestions may assist you in making it a bit more graceful.
Coping with Divorce
Divorce turns you into strangers with shared memories.
Our life is a book and sometimes we lose control because of what we’ve been through. If you’ve lost control because of the end of your relationship, it’s time to divorce your story.
The best way to help children to adjust to your move after a divorce, is to inform him or her that you’ll do your best to keep your relationship the same. Also, reassure them of your love and devotion and say that you’ll visit as often as possible.
If your divorce lines up with a major event, focus on how you want the event remembered by your child(ren) in their divorce narrative. You will never regret acting gracefully.
A recent study shows that there is a “gene for divorce”, a kind of genetic factor that would make us reproduce the actions of our parents.
Taking a vacation has many benefits, both on a personal and professional level. Here are some reasons why you should take a vacation after divorce.
It’s not easy living with your ex after a breakup. Here are some ways to create space and boundaries when dealing with this less than desirable situation.
It WON’T be easy, but it WILL be worth it.
Is it possible to navigate your divorce well despite the fear and uncertainty? Using your support anchors will be a key strategy in your success.