If you’ve just come out of a long term relationship, there are probably a handful of basic life skills that you may need to learn or relearn as you adjust to life on your own again.
Life After Divorce
When you’re a divorced parent, being separated from your child when your former spouse takes custody is difficult enough. But doing it during a pandemic can be downright unbearable.
While your new relationship during the divorce may feel like the perfect medicine, it might have several negative consequences. Read about the top 7 reasons to “chill out” on the new romance.
Though you may be in need of financial support, it’s not always easy to understand the ins and outs of child support if you’ve never had to deal with it before.
After the process of grieving, a divorce can be the perfect opportunity to live your best life.
If you’re thinking of becoming a new homeowner after divorce, you may find yourself a little bit overwhelmed.
Look at this time as an opportunity to turn your marital house into the home of your dreams, and take advantage of the benefits that come with it.
Learning to identify and cope with your emotional triggers is vital to a healthy second marriage. Recognizing the triggers that provoke extreme responses will lessen the risk of sabotaging your marriage by withdrawing or issuing ultimatums, such as threatening divorce.
Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be doomed because you’re getting divorced. How will you be spending it this year?
What makes you feel joy? Go ahead and do it! Celebrate love – on Valentine’s Day and every day of the year! Feel the joy of love rush through you non-stop.