Reinforcing your self-confidence after a divorce ensures you have enough mental and emotional capacity to bounce back to your normal level of functioning.
The holidays can be stressful for all of us—but for the recently divorced, they bring a new set of painful challenges.
At the end of the day, divorce sucks, but sometimes it’s the remedy for what ails you. And, there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
Divorce and separation bring change, wanted or not. Why not take advantage of the opportunity to create New Year’s resolutions that fit your new life?
Moving into a new home is always a hassle, but it becomes even more difficult after a divorce. Dealing with the pain of a break up can make it harder to go through the process, but there are many ways to make moving easier on yourself. By focusing on your needs and keeping things simple, you can create a new home before you know it.
Being happy during the holidays starts with you. If you are dreading the holiday season this year, here are some things to consider.
Re-adjusting to life after separation is difficult, however, you have the ability to re-energize your life and be happy. Read some tips that will help you move on after divorce.
An unwanted divorce, although painful, is an opportunity to learn valuable life lessons.
If you were a stay-at-home Mom, re-entering the workforce after a divorce can be a daunting prospect. Keep reading for tips that will relieve some of your stress.
While divorce coaching is a relatively new profession, clients, attorneys and others who work with those going through divorce are finding that the divorce coach fills a void that existed in the past.