Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be doomed because you’re getting divorced. How will you be spending it this year?
Life After Divorce
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.
If you’re tired of the traditional Valentine’s Day, try swapping it out with Galentine’s Day this year, instead.
Divorce can make for a new beginning where you have the ability to revamp your social circle, focus on what makes you happy, and really turn your life around.
How do you take care of your mental health after divorce? The answer would be to consider a holistic approach that addresses your mental, physical, and emotional health.
Divorce is synonymous with overwhelm and not only due to the details of reaching a settlement. Collateral damage often occurs in divorce’s impact on a person’s health and is often neglected. It is something that might not even be a consideration, but must be one.
As parents, whether biological, step, foster or blended, we have a responsibility to ensure that the holidays, either faith-based or secular, are an uncomplicated and enjoyable experience for those children in our care.
All of our experiences teach us something. There are lessons to learn from even the darkest moments of our lives. Marrying a narcissist is one of those times that can teach you a bunch of lessons to use for future relationships so you don’t make the same mistakes again.
Make 2020 your best year yet! Say goodbye to New Year’s resolutions and live your best life every day with this 4-step plan.
Divorce Support Groups help you deal with the pain and loss of the marriage and support a healthy recovery. There are several benefits to divorce support groups, but finding the right one is more than a matter of location.