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.
Health and Wellness
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, the Coronavirus is affecting that, too. Here’s what you can do.
After the process of grieving, a divorce can be the perfect opportunity to live your best life.
Because of the stress it can put on our bodies and minds, focusing on investing in your health after divorce can have some valuable effects, both immediately and for the long-term.
Changing your estate plan, qualifying for a mortgage and going back to work may be things you face post-divorce. The sooner you start to address these issues, the better off you will be.
A great way to move on after a split is to plan a stress-free vacation after divorce, whether you go by yourself or with your children. Before you take off, though, there are some important things to keep in mind to make your trip as relaxing and enjoyable as possible.
Taking a vacation has many benefits, both on a personal and professional level. Here are some reasons why you should take a vacation after divorce.
Depression and anxiety during divorce are inevitable – but not endless. You can learn to manage these feelings, and they will eventually dissipate. Here’s how to start.
When an old friend deserts you, it’s a deep cut. Make sure to choose your friends and support networks carefully when coping with a divorce.