Empowerment is the process of becoming stronger and more confident, especially in controlling one’s life and claiming one’s rights. Becoming more empowered is something we all have the ability to do.
Coping with Divorce
Oftentimes maturity is tested through the trauma of divorce. The 10 Commandments for Divorce will help you be the adult in the room and guide you from start to finish
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.
Add to the monotony of daily life, marriage stressors and a lack of skills for dealing with the stress and it is possible for a wife to lose those “loving feelings” toward her husband.
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.
We are dealing with a time of global crisis. Your personal lifestyle has been affected by school closings, business closings and court closings. And, if you’re in a divorce, this is affecting that too! But, there is something you can do.
When dealing with a divorce, everyone’s needs are different. But it is important to know that each step you take to help cope with the complex emotions and situations counts.
As you go through the divorce process, continue to prioritize your children. Be honest with them and know that while the coming months will be hard, you can make it through. Trust yourself and demonstrate your love to them every day.
In addition to yourself, seeking therapy during divorce also benefits your family. You will get the support you need to navigate the process in the healthiest way possible.
Learning something new can allow you to meet new people, refresh your environment, and jumpstart your professional life, whether you currently have a job and you want to advance your career or you want to go back and get the degree you’ve always dreamed of.