After a divorce, it is a great time to fill a home with the things that make one happier and more fulfilled. These can include pieces picked up during travel, your chosen color schemes, and a stunning garden in which to unwind after a day’s work.
Studying a new language is one of the most efficient post-divorce decisions a person will ever make. There are so many learning benefits, and it’s an investment in yourself that can help secure your future by giving access both internationally and nationally.
Be compassionate to yourself and try to silence your inner critic. Even if you fall short of your own expectations, give yourself credit for trying.
These tips will ensure that you get the renovated home you want and need to help you get over your divorce.
It’s natural for parents to be concerned about their kids’ reactions to divorce. The best thing you can do to monitor your child is to trust them and be with them whenever they need you.
Give yourself some grace and get back on that horse when your ex knocks you down, whatever it takes, because while you may have been relegated in rank in that kingdom, there is a better one waiting for you.
When you ask the tough questions, create the right action steps, and achieve the goals, it becomes easier to move on after divorce.
Shame and guilt not only make us feel terrible, but also make us feel responsible, even if we’re not.
Divorce is almost always difficult, but you don’t need to stay in a place or continue patterns that make you feel depressed or prevent you from moving forward with your life.
Preserving your mental and emotional health post-divorce is hard enough, but taking control of your finances can alleviate the stress.