Divorce is not an easy thing to go through. When you’re divorcing someone with mental illness, it can be even more difficult.
The important decisions required for your divorce can be overwhelming. Here are a few things to consider.
If your New Year’s resolution is to start a new life through divorce, here’s what you need to know.
The holidays can be stressful enough, and that stress can be compounded by your divorce. Take this opportunity to look at your divorce as a source of gifts. Believe it or not, there are gifts thanks to your divorce!
How thoroughly you prepare for your divorce, even in the early stages before hiring a lawyer, can substantially impact the divorce process, especially your bottom line.
Divorce is inevitably an emotional journey, but it doesn’t have to be a hostile one. Collaborative divorce is a way to legally dissolve a marriage without litigation or animosity, and with a great deal of dignity.
Why not put that energy you spend on feeling bad about the past into something awesome, like creating the good life you deserve and the chance to start over?
A marriage on eggshells can lead to an explosive divorce.
Here are some words of wisdom and experience I failed to listen to after my divorce. “Take a good look at your present lifestyle. Admire it. Praise it. Give it the love. Then, kiss it goodbye.”
Gaining leverage when negotiating with a narcissist is the only way to come out unscathed.