Preserving your mental and emotional health post-divorce is hard enough, but taking control of your finances can alleviate the stress.
Divorce, for all its worry, sadness, and challenges, also provides the opportunity for creativity to run untethered and for unforeseen opportunities to enter.
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.
It’s time to step forward into the unknown, trust yourself, trust your kids, and trust the process. Gather the courage to look for love again – for yourself, and to show your kids what a healthy relationship looks like.
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!
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?
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.”
It’s not about surviving but about reclaiming yourself as a beautiful human being.
There are many things you can do to take the healing process into your own hands and start improving your situation today.
Needs are a core part of being human. Having unmet needs during divorce is normal and also a great source of anguish, confusion, and pain. Here are some tips and things you can do to help you deal with your unmet needs.