You're divorced, but you still see your ex. How do you handle it? Here are three tips to help. 1. Treat your ex as politely as you treat your friends or co-workers. Don’t be as familiar as you used to be. A little less familiarity will generate a little more respect. Say “Hello”, “Goodbye”, “Please” and “Thank You” – those magic words work as well for you as they do for your children.
Divorce is a hard time for everyone. And on top of all of the emotions you're experiencing, you'll hear lots of untrue things about splitting up. Take advice from this divorce coach and listen to your intuition: you know what's best for you.
Looking for love after divorce? Here are three tips to help as you begin dating after your divorce. 1. Be suspicious if it all seems “too good to be true” – it probably is. If your subconscious, neurotic needs are running the show, it’s fabulous at first and then horrible. If your common sense is running it, it starts out tentative, and grows stronger when you meet the right person. If your friends are worried about this relationship, listen to them.
You're divorced and ready to look for a new love. Here are three tips to help you as you search for a new partner in life. 1. Know the difference between fooling around and building a real relationship. You can mess around with anyone (if you’re careful and have safe sex) but before you bring someone into your life, or share money or living space, remember they’re bringing baggage. Know what’s hidden – what’s not said at the beginning. Their baggage becomes your problem.
You may not be able to understand and control your divorce but you can control how it effects your children. It is important to pay extra attention to them and follow this divorce coach advice.
Communication is key to a successful relationship. But even if your marriage has dissolved, you can still learn from your mistakes. A divorce coach shares her lessons in the art of compromise for relationship health.
Maintaining a healthy marriage is a lot of work, but it can be made easier by keeping your "don't" list in check. Arguments and differences aren't always a prelude to divorce: learn the tools you need for marital bliss for years to come.
Divorce is inherently stressful, but you can use that to your advantage. Tap into your pain for deeper healing with a detailed wellness plan. This divorce coach shows you how.
With the divorces rates being so high in the US (first marriage is 41% to 50%; the rate after second marriage is from 60% to 67% and the rate in America for 3rd marriage are from 73% to 74%*), you wonder why people bother getting married at all. Is it really as rewarding and fulfilling as they say and worth the risk and heart ache? Or is it just something we do because it’s always something we’ve done as a society?
There are just a ton of legal, financial and medical documents you’re expected to keep track of to help protect and provide for you (and your family) in all kinds of different situations. It can be overwhelming to try to understand and manage it all - especially when you're going through the divorce rollercoaster of emotions.
Although women tend to suffer more money-wise after a divorce, a new study reveals that men are the ones who are less able to deal with the situation.