Newly single life, unfortunately, gets a bad rap. While working through some of the tougher emotions, keep your eyes on these perks that are nearly exclusive to singlehood.
Relationships and Dating
Like a business relationship, you will likely have to communicate with the other parent when you face challenges that must be discussed. You will need to find resolutions jointly to ensure the job gets done in the best way probable.
While taking time to heal and reflect, focus on working on yourself. Take care of your physical and emotional health, build your self-confidence, and pursue your passions and interests.
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.
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!
After your divorce, you may want to get back into the dating game. But beware of getting caught in a “situationship.” Read on to learn more about what a situationship is – and how to avoid one.
Apologizing and granting forgiveness will allow you and your partner to move out of the role of victim and stop letting wounds from the past fester. Remember to give each other the benefit of the doubt and be receptive to learning effective ways to repair hurt feelings.
While often thought of as a negative signal to the other person and a risk factor for divorce, the advantage of a prenuptial agreement is that it can protect a couple with unequal assets or if one person feels insecure about finances.
After experiencing divorce, break-up, or even the death of your spouse, it can be daunting to jump back into the dating pool. Here’s what you need to know about dating after 45.
Family values include all the ideas of how you want to live your family life, what behaviors you accept, what principles you honor, and the function family plays in your life.