Thanksgiving is coming, and although there are many posts about divorce and the holidays, there rarely seems to be any about the unknown well wisher. This Thanksgiving, I decided to address these true unsung heroes of the divorce world.
Inspirational Stories and Advice
After your divorce, you need to focus on you. Take this time to think about self-care, self-love, and a little adventure by planning a solo trip.
Make today the day to stop saying No because of what has happened; choose Yes because you owe it to yourself to thrive after divorce!
Deciding to divorce was not only the best thing for my emotional well-being; it was also the best example I could set for our daughter.
We asked DivorceMag’s Facebook followers for the most important piece of advice they could offer someone who is going through a divorce, and we received some great feedback.
Personal catastrophe can teach us, or damage us. Here’s how to come through it.
Getting out and seeing that there’s an entire world that doesn’t revolve around your divorce can make you feel less lonely and more excited about your future.
I wish I could erect a wall of remembrance and fill it with names of all the dear single moms I know. Like soldiers, they have gone through a battle, fighting valiantly for health, happiness, light, life, truth, safety, peace, and recovery for themselves and their children.
Seattle Divorce Services attorney Nathan Cliber attributes his success as an attorney just as much to his background in theatre as his time in law school.
All holidays are tough in the first year post separation or divorce. Valentine’s Day can be especially hard for many new singles. Here are some tips to beat the blues on the so-called “Day of Love.”