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Coping With Divorce

Divorce Quotes: Funny, Inspirational & More

April 7th, 2021|0 Comments

Quotes can change lives. We can read a statement, even from thousands of years ago, that speaks to an issue we are facing in our divorce right now! Words of a contemporary author can change our whole perspective about our divorce. How about this

How To Engage In Self Care After Divorce

September 8th, 2020|5 Comments

Self care during separation and divorce is what I emphasize first to anyone who comes to Midlife Divorce Recovery for help. There is never a time when we should be focused on taking care of ourselves more than when we are going through divorce.

Divorce Because Of Alcohol Abuse

August 26th, 2020|0 Comments

Alcohol abuse, or Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD), can destroy marriages and create havoc in all family interactions. Alcoholism makes existing relationship issues more difficult, and problems in the relationship can then cause alcohol abuse to increase. All can lead to eventual thoughts of divorcing

Christian Divorce

How The Church Handles Divorce

September 21st, 2020|0 Comments

When I was growing up, hardly anyone was divorced. At least it seemed like that. Divorce was especially rare for people who were in the pews on Sunday mornings. Divorce in the church community was usually swept under the rug. The Church handled divorce

Christian Divorce Recovery

April 30th, 2018|4 Comments

The more serious a woman is about her Christian faith, the more devastated she is about a divorce.  So, if a divorce happens for any reason, a Christian woman is not only distraught about the divorce, she feels as though she has disappointed God,

  • No Apology Necessary

No Apology Necessary

August 6th, 2017|1 Comment

“Positive thinking seems to be mandatory in the breast cancer world, to the point that unhappiness requires a kind of apology.”  ~ Barbara Ehrenreich, Bright-Sided: How the Relentless Promotion of Positive Thinking Has Undermined America The Sadness As a Christian woman, do you ever

Children And Divorce

My Children Hate Me After Divorce

January 5th, 2021|0 Comments

Divorce is hard on everyone, but especially difficult for children. Children may experience strong feelings about their parents’ divorce, such as anger, sadness, grief, and resentment. These feelings may be directed at one or both parents. It is vital to help children cope with

My Children Hate My Ex After Divorce

October 26th, 2020|0 Comments

Divorce is hard on kids. While adults may be more mature and able to handle the strong emotions that usually arise after divorce, kids may not have developed the emotional maturity or experience in dealing with difficult issues at this point in their life.

Women on the Divorce Recovery Journey

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Woman healed from divorcePamela H., Huntsville, AL
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