You are a new life builder. You push forward in spite of the past. You change your thoughts. In doing so, you create your best life.
New Life After Divorce
Focusing on your emotional health during divorce can help you improve both the process and outcome. Read on for proven strategies to help you get on track and stay there.
Aside from the emotional toll divorce can have on those going through it, there are also financial complications that arise from divorce. If you’ve just gone through a messy divorce and want to recover financially, read on to learn how.
Although downsizing is a lifestyle change, I decided to look for the good in a challenging situation. My new perspective is that I am upsizing to a new, purposeful style of life that is full of hope and promise.
After your divorce, you may want to get back into the dating game. But beware of getting caught in a “situationship.” Read on to learn more about what a situationship is – and how to avoid one.
Even if you see yourself rebuilding a new, better life after divorce, unless your self-image matches matches what it takes to make it so, you won’t achieve the results you envision for the future.
For many, divorce is a precursor to the start of an incredibly impactful and steady career. Participating in a new career after your divorce can impact your life in several beneficial ways.
Forgiveness is a gift. Once we unwrap it, we begin to feel the freedom that it gives. The inability to forgive creates a block that doesn’t allow us to grow and love freely.
While the end of a relationship can be painful, try to look at your newfound single status as an opportunity to take control of your life and make positive changes. Here are just a few ways you can focus on personal growth and happiness.
Making a budget after divorce can be difficult, but it’s important to make sure you are financially secure. By following these tips, you’ll be on your way to creating a budget that works for you and your family.