Dating after divorce might seem impossible, but you can do it. Flex your muscles and get back in top shape — by using these 5 tips you'll be a confident dater again in no time.
Attorneys strain your wallet, your now-ex wreaks havoc in your life, and everyone offers their condolences throughout your divorce, but who actually cares to listen to your sob stories? Investing in a divorce coach not only helps you survive, but sees you to success throughout you divorce journey.
Whether you’re divorced for five days or five years, it is very important that you recover from the emotional pains you suffered. Also, it doesn’t matter if you asked for the divorce, or if you were the one was asked. If you asked out, you were probably experiencing so much pain that you couldn’t take anymore. If you were the one that was asked, perhaps you weren’t expecting it, and you’re feeling betrayed by your ex’s desire to quit.
Since when is divorce a group effort? It's a deeply personal choice, and comments from the peanut gallery should be taken with a grain of salt. At the end of the day, listen to this divorce coach advice: your own happiness is what you make of it.
When I think about all the work I do as a divorce coach and how I help people navigate the chaos and confusion of divorce so they can get on to living the best of their lives, I realize that the bulk of my work really involves 3 tasks. I work with people who want to move on after their divorce people so they can:
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.
Lately, there’s a HUGE divide in family relationships and everyone is talking about it. It could be your siblings, your children your parents and even your friends. Well, you get the idea. Inherent in basically every relationship is you think that the other person just innately understands what you expect from them, and the same is true visa-versa.
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.
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.