It took over a year of planning and preparation, of course, hoping and praying I wouldn’t really have to pull the plug on my marriage. I did eventually have to and I hope you’re able to learn from my experience.
Sex toys. Things you should incorporate into your sex life for the remainder of your days, married or single.
I kept my ex’s last name but reclaimed my individuality and personhood by utilizing the “Ms.” title.
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.
Here are some helpful hints on staying healthy after a split or divorce.
Dealing with a divorce can be a hard thing to overcome, it is best to seek the help of professionals to help with not only the divorce proceedings but the substance abuse issues as well.
The “middle marriage” is the one that shouldn’t have happened: the one some people go through before they get a grip and find the partner they really should have waited for.
There is evidence that shows that stressful life events such as divorce are associated with an increased risk of relapse.
Make today the day to stop saying no because of what has happened and choose yes because it happened because you owe it to yourself to thrive after divorce!