Your single mom Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be sad or lonely. Use these 7 unique ideas to celebrate Valentine’s Day whether you have a partner or not.
Coping with Divorce
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.”
The first Valentine’s Day after divorce can be a painful reminder of loss and loneliness. Here are some tips to get through it.
Navigating divorce while maintaining your job is difficult no matter your occupation, but divorcing teachers face some unique challenges, including co-parenting, talking to coworkers and HR, and changing their names.
Since divorce can be an emotional, mental, and spiritual gut punch, why not try some activities that are especially suited to improving the whole you?
Be sure to establish an open dialogue with your teen so they can discuss the stresses in their life and brainstorm solutions with you.
If you’re considering divorce set yourself up for the healthiest process possible and you will experience those benefits long after the divorce is final.
Recalibrating your life can be the most important change you make. It is hard moving forward, but it is the only way to make your life better.
Semi-public conversation, the kind you have in a Facebook comment section decreases loneliness and helps us feel connected to others who’ve had the same experiences.
Reinforcing your self-confidence after a divorce ensures you have enough mental and emotional capacity to bounce back to your normal level of functioning.