Divorce is full of powerful – and mostly painful – emotions. Anger, sadness, grief and fear are just a few of the “regulars” that show up in every divorce. You know that letting those emotions take over is a bad idea. But how do you keep your divorce emotions from driving your divorce? While you … Read more about Divorce Emotions: 7 Tips to Keep Them From Costing You
Coping With Divorce
Coping with divorce is one of the most difficult challenges you will probably ever have to face.
The articles here will hopefully help you minimize your divorce drama, and empower yourself to get through your divorce in the best way possible.
What do you do when someone verbally attacks you for no apparent reason? What do you do when someone overreacts to the smallest perceived slight – even when you didn’t mean to offend them? How do you handle the critical, angry, and overall bad behavior of high conflict people? It’s not … Read more about How to Handle High Conflict People in Divorce and in Life
According to the Holmes Rahe Stress Inventory, divorce is the second most stressful event that can happen in your life. Of course, if you’re going through a divorce, you don’t need Drs. Holmes or Rahe to tell you how stressed out you feel. The truth is, you’re much more interested in discovering how … Read more about Divorce Stressing You Out? 13 Practical Tips for How to Deal with Stress
Every sports or business coach will tell you that mindset matters. Your mindset determines, to a large extent, whether you win or lose; whether you fail or succeed. It determines whether you’re happy or you’re miserable. Yet somehow, when it comes to divorce, most people think that their mindset … Read more about Mindset Matters in Divorce: How to Go from Scarcity to Abundance
Co-Parenting during quarantine has got parents all over the world scrambling. How are you supposed to co-parent your kids when they’re home from school, you’re working from home, and the parenting plan you’ve got on paper has nothing to do with the reality you’re currently living? What do you … Read more about Common Sense Co-Parenting During Quarantine
Divorce and Coronavirus: two things that nobody wants, yet so many of us now have to deal with in one way or another. If you’re going through a divorce, or if you were thinking about divorce before the coronavirus turned our world upside down, one question is probably burning a hole in the … Read more about Divorce and Coronavirus: Living with Uncertainty
What do you think about when you hear the words: divorce stigma? Do you think about a time – say in the late 1800s maybe – when getting divorced was taboo? Do you think about a particular culture that frowns on (or won’t allow) divorce? Or do you think about how we in America view divorcing … Read more about Divorce Stigma: Why Getting Divorced Doesn’t Make You a Failure
Valentine’s Day has come to represent the epitome of romantic love. Pictures of hearts and flowers dominate social media and getting dinner reservations at a decent restaurant is harder than scoring box seats at the Super Bowl. If you happen to be unattached though, figuring out how to … Read more about How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day Alone