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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

Is My Reaction to Divorce Normal?

The following was shared on my Facebook page recently- “Some days I feel like I got the grief period beat and then something will happen and I catch myself crying.” I responded in part, “That up and down is completely normal. The hurt will fade in time. Just keep your focus on where you wantContinue reading “Is My Reaction to Divorce Normal?”

9 Reasons to Jump Back Into Dating After Divorce (And 9 Reasons to Take it Slow)

“Are you dating after divorce yet? I might know someone…” asks your coworker as you share the elevator on Monday morning. “You’re dating already! Are you sure you’re ready?” questions your friend after hearing your breathless tale of the other night. “You know,” announces your mom on your weekly phone call, “It’s not too late forContinue reading “9 Reasons to Jump Back Into Dating After Divorce (And 9 Reasons to Take it Slow)”

Strategies to Override Negative Thoughts After Divorce

It is completely normal to be plagued with negative thoughts during and after divorce. It’s a challenging time where you’re facing loss and uncertainty and your prior coping strategies may not be quite up to the task. Here are some actionable strategies that you can employ if you’re struggling with any of these common negativeContinue reading “Strategies to Override Negative Thoughts After Divorce”

Guest Post: Five Ways to Make Your Divorce Less Stressful

It’s taken as a given that our lives are getting more and more stressful by the day. In all honesty, it’s not hard to see why: we’re busier than we’ve ever been, the cost of living keeps rising and we’re frequently bombarded with conflicting information. With modern life being so stressful and divorce being oneContinue reading “Guest Post: Five Ways to Make Your Divorce Less Stressful”

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