16 Facts About Divorce That Might Explain What Happened To Your Marriage

2018-07-29T15:37:07+00:00

Studies show that nearly 50% of marriages end in divorce. Fortunately, the end of your marriage isn't the end of your life or the end of love. You must decide, despite the pain and upheaval, that you will survive and your life will be good again.  One light in the darkness is that your

16 Facts About Divorce That Might Explain What Happened To Your Marriage2018-07-29T15:37:07+00:00

How To Handle An Ex-Husband’s New Girlfriend

2018-06-01T02:05:16+00:00

THE GIRLFRIEND. The OTHER WOMAN. THE MISTRESS. The NEW WOMAN. Ugh. If you’re divorced as a result of your husband’s infidelity, who or what immediately comes to mind when you hear the word “girlfriend”? If your ex-husband lied to you, betrayed you, shared secrets and a bed with this girlfriend while you were married,

How To Handle An Ex-Husband’s New Girlfriend2018-06-01T02:05:16+00:00

Stages of Divorce Recovery

2018-08-14T15:27:21+00:00

Somewhere along the line, experts figured out The Stages of Divorce Recovery.  They are sort of like the Stages of Grief. These lists make us think there is a mostly predictable line from one divorce recovery step to the next, and then the pain is over, and we can get back to normal. As

Stages of Divorce Recovery2018-08-14T15:27:21+00:00

How To Get Through A Divorce Financially

2018-08-14T15:17:50+00:00

Disclaimer: The content that follows should not be considered financial advice and is merely a directional guide to help women.   How to Start Over Financially After Divorce Unless we can get on stable financial footing after divorce, it is very hard to recover in other ways. Financial insecurity after divorce is a real

How To Get Through A Divorce Financially2018-08-14T15:17:50+00:00

What Is A Gray Divorce?

2018-08-14T15:04:23+00:00

According to some sources, Gray Divorce simply refers to divorce during a couple’s older years after long-term marriages. In other studies “late-life divorce” is defined as divorce for couples in the 50-64 age range, while others described couples 65+ years old, and especially those 65+ who were also retired as gray divorcees. For our

What Is A Gray Divorce?2018-08-14T15:04:23+00:00

Your Money After Divorce

2018-08-14T15:11:29+00:00

“Psychologists tell us that when a woman becomes financially independent, she gains self-assurance and peace of mind, and her relationships become healthier and more mature.” ~ Barbara Stanny, Prince Charming Isn’t Coming Who Will Take Care Of It Now? Myths die hard: Prince Charming is going to come to my rescue; someone else will

Your Money After Divorce2018-08-14T15:11:29+00:00

After The Divorce

2018-01-10T18:10:25+00:00

“Watch. Wait. Time will unfold and fulfill its purpose. While we wait, we must not go unconscious. We must think and grow. Rejoice and dream, kneel and pray.” ~ Marianne Williamson The Grief In the middle of my divorce, sometimes I wanted to just go unconscious. I was in so much pain I was having

After The Divorce2018-01-10T18:10:25+00:00

The Small Stuff Of Divorce

2018-06-28T12:40:10+00:00

“It’s the smaller daily accomplishments that build and sustain us.”  Ichak Adizes, business expert I am a member of The Build Network, a publication for small businesses. The quotation above was taken from a Build story about a turnaround expert who was helping a big, once profitable company -- a leader in it’s field –

The Small Stuff Of Divorce2018-06-28T12:40:10+00:00

The Radical Divorce Fight Club

2018-01-10T18:10:27+00:00

A Hard Blow A midlife divorce is a slam on your body, your soul and on almost every single aspect of your everyday life. It is a full force punch to the gut that can take months, and sometimes years to recover from if you don't get help. The truth is a divorce is one of the biggest most disruptive

The Radical Divorce Fight Club2018-01-10T18:10:27+00:00

Your Choice After Divorce

2018-01-10T18:10:28+00:00

"And we have another choice -- to accept what we didn't get to choose." ~ Sue Bender, Plain and Simple Wisdom  Acceptance Most of you reading this did not want to be divorced. Most of us did not choose it. And most of us did everything we could to keep the divorce from happening. I kicked and sobbed

Your Choice After Divorce2018-01-10T18:10:28+00:00
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