If you’ve made the decision to seek divorce, you’ll find that as you go through the process obstacles will inevitably pop up. We want to prepare you for the road ahead with five critical steps to take to help you achieve the best outcome.
One of the most common concerns people have about going through a divorce is how it will affect the children—and rightly so. Divorce is a slippery slope to navigate where the kids are concerned. Not only can it be just as painful for the children as for the parents, but it can also have lasting effects on the children psychologically, particularly if the divorce is handled badly.
Often when a family goes through a divorce or another major life crisis, it may feel for a while like nothing is “certain.” Perhaps no one feels this more than the children, especially since their lives are basically being deeply affected without their permission. If you need to move to a new neighborhood in the aftermath of the breakup, the sense of uncertainty and anxiety can be that much more acute.
As you navigate through the physical, mental and emotional upheaval of a divorce, you might overlook one aspect of your life that needs close attention: your retirement. Once you have addressed your immediate needs, consider the following short- and long-term steps to ensure that your retirement plan remains intact.
If you’re currently fighting overwhelming feelings that you have failed because you went through with a divorce, please consider the following:
Going through the process of divorce is likely to generate many unforeseen challenges in your life. Yet these circumstances present an opportunity to develop as a person and ultimately create a life that brings you more happiness. Often, the key to successfully changing on the inside, as outer life circumstances change, lies in the ability to release things that no longer serve you.
After spending years building a life with your spouse, you suddenly have to figure out how to untangle yourself from the other person. The good news is that there is, in fact, life after divorce. Here are some helpful tips to begin rebuilding in the aftermath of a painful loss or difficult split.
Divorce is an experience that no one wants to go through. It can/will affect you physically and emotionally. However, it is important to rediscover your confidence once the process is complete, in order for you to move on and fill your life with happiness once again.
Even when you don’t know exactly what needs to change or where to start, small action steps can initiate positive shifts to help improve your life. Here are some tips that can help you begin the process of inner transformation and set you on a better life path.
There comes a time when each of us wakes up and realizes it’s time to make a change. When you are serious about improving the quality of your life, any of the following changes may serve to begin the process of an inner transformation that propels you into your next phase in life.
In today’s society stress and anxiety has become more common, affecting people of all ages. Here are some tips for healthy stress management.
A lot of divorced singles find themselves feeling confused and anxious when it comes to figuring out the “when” and “how” of jumping back into the dating scene. If you suspect you are ready to enter the dating scene again, ask yourself the following questions.
There will come a point in time post-divorce when the dust settles and you feel open to re-entering the dating scene. To help you evaluate what’s in your heart, start by asking yourself these questions:
There are no laws against dating after a separation, and doing so is not a criminal act! That said, please keep the following ideas in mind.
After a divorce, putting your energy into getting back into shape can be helpful in the healing process. Here are some helpful tips to get back into shape after a divorce.