Surviving & Coping With Divorce

Coping with divorce is hard. There are many unknowns: how to talk with your kids, how to move on with your life and heal your broken heart. Learn how to survive these difficult days after divorce.

What To Say To A Friend Going Through Divorce


I went through divorce after 33 years of marriage, four amazing children, and a great life. I was a mess, and I was surprised that it took so long to get over it. I appreciate you for searching out advice about how to help someone get through divorce. Your help for a friend going

What To Say To A Friend Going Through Divorce2023-02-05T17:45:36+00:00

Surviving Divorce As A Stay At Home Mom


If you’re experiencing a Stay At Home Mom divorce, there are all kinds of additional challenges to surviving that ordeal. Divorce is usually heartbreaking and chaotic, but for a Stay At Home Mom, divorce is often much more complicated and difficult. Stay At Home Moms have often given up careers and work experience to

Surviving Divorce As A Stay At Home Mom2023-02-05T17:49:33+00:00

I Love You But I’m Not IN Love With You: What It Means


This blog is for men who say the words “I love you but I’m not in love with you,” and their wives or ex-wives who have heard those heart-stopping, soul-crushing words from their husband. ARRRGH! There it is again, that infuriating, devastating phrase...”I love you but I’m not in love with you.” If I

I Love You But I’m Not IN Love With You: What It Means2023-02-04T16:12:11+00:00

Losing Friends & Family After Divorce


Divorce is probably the hardest experience we will ever go through, especially if we didn’t want the divorce. During separation and divorce is when we need friends and family the most. Everyone’s divorce is different, but almost every divorce includes losing friends and sometimes even family. For women, especially, a friend listens to our

Losing Friends & Family After Divorce2023-01-12T16:36:26+00:00

Divorce Counseling & Therapy: Do They Work?


Divorce counseling and divorce therapy, for both individuals and couples, are large categories that cover a lot of territory...and for most of us, a lot of time and money! During my own divorce journey, I took advantage of several types of divorce counseling before, during and after our divorce.  The question about whether divorce

Divorce Counseling & Therapy: Do They Work?2023-02-17T13:27:10+00:00

How To Stop Ex-Husband Harassment


Looking back on my experience, I was fairly naive. When I filed the paperwork for divorce from my ex-husband 14 years ago, I had no idea what to expect. I mean, getting a divorce was non-negotiable given what he had put me through, but I didn’t know that throughout the divorce process, and LONG

How To Stop Ex-Husband Harassment2023-02-17T13:28:35+00:00

How To Deal With Depression After Divorce


During and after divorce, depression either seems to tag along with us everywhere, or it drags us sobbing into a dark, debilitating hopelessness. Divorce is one of the most gut-wrenching situations we will ever experience. If you’re dealing with sadness or depression after divorce, just remember that it is normal...especially if you’re grieving the

How To Deal With Depression After Divorce2023-01-12T16:37:38+00:00

Do Men Who Leave Their Family Regret It?


Men who cheat on their wives and then leave the marriage cause a devastating ripple effect throughout the whole family. Most of us wonder if men regret divorce at all? We ask ourselves, “How could he do this after everything we’ve been through together...and with these amazing children we have?” It’s normal to wonder

Do Men Who Leave Their Family Regret It?2023-02-20T13:21:04+00:00

How To Get Over Your Ex-Husband


I remember how difficult it was for me to “Get Over” my ex-husband … whatever that really means. I tried to forget about my ex-husband, but the more I tried not to think about him, the more I thought about him. Like the more you try not to think about the candy in the pantry,

How To Get Over Your Ex-Husband2024-03-21T13:42:03+00:00

Feel Guilt Or Shame After Divorce?


There are many reasons for feeling divorce guilt or shame.  If we caused the end of the relationship because of addictions, abuse or adultery, those are valid reasons to feel guilt.  True sorrow and remorse should be felt and expressed. Amends should be made as much as possible. But many who come to Midlife

Feel Guilt Or Shame After Divorce?2023-01-12T16:40:26+00:00