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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Breaking Up? Your Brain Is Wired to Move On

Breaking Up? Don’t Worry, Your Brain Is Wired to Move On, Study Says

Have you ever been in a relationship that, when it ended, it convinced you there would never be a chance for recovery? If you are the type who is responding with a “life is over” mentality — or even if you’re not — we’ve got good news. A new study shows…

March 30th, 2015 Life After Divorce

4 Health Moves to Make Before, During, and After the Divorce

Your health is one of the first things that can spiral out of control when you or your spouse decides to file for divorce. It takes vigilance and mindfulness of the foods you eat, the decisions you make, and more, to stay on the right path (or get on the…

March 27th, 2015 Life After Divorce, Marriage Problems & Advice

10 Personal Mantras to Conquer Any Divorce

Divorce can often leave you feeling kicked around and defeated by life. Whether you are the one who decided to file for divorce or the one the papers are filed against, you are likely to experience dark times of frustration and self-doubt. In order to overcome these, you need some words…

March 25th, 2015 Divorce Advice

Divorced Parents, Why You Should Hit The Breaks On Dating

Divorced parents have an interesting set of responsibilities when it comes to how they move along with the next chapter of their lives. Some want to get right back out into the dating world, while others do so with trepidation and months, if not years, of contemplation. If you are…

March 23rd, 2015 Divorce Parenting, Life After Divorce

4 Things You Won’t Miss About Being Married

If you are on the verge of making the decision to file for divorce — or perhaps that’s what your spouse has planned — the next chapter of life can seem a little scary. After all, you are leaving behind the life you know and starting over. It’s almost impossible…

March 21st, 2015 Life After Divorce

Why Taking Personal Responsibility Is So Important To Divorce Recovery

It’s been said that after you file for divorce — or have the papers filed on you — one of the first things that you should learn how to do in order to recover is take personal responsibility for your part in the marriage ending. While this is tough advice…

March 18th, 2015 Life After Divorce

Why A Second Marriage Can Be Better Than Your First

Second marriages are often thought of as less successful than first marriages because statistics have shown that if you file for divorce once, the odds are good that you’ll do it again. Even so, a second marriage doesn’t have to be predestined to fail. In fact, it can be many…

March 16th, 2015 Life After Divorce

Hard Divorce Lessons That Will Make You A Better Person

Saying “I do” to someone does not necessarily mean you’ll never file for divorce. In fact, depending on which stats you listen to, the divorce rate in the U.S. is anywhere between 30 and 50 percent. Whether low or high, that’s a lot of broken homes. But even though it…

March 13th, 2015 Life After Divorce

Withholding Intimacy: Males Do It, Too

In the divorce blogosphere, few influencers come more highly regarded than therapist Aaron Anderson of FamilyShare. His blogs are routinely shared on social media by the thousands, and his insights — particularly into the world of the married man — are unparalleled. This was recently on display in his December…

March 11th, 2015 Marriage Problems & Advice

Online Dating Not For You? This Study Might Change Your Mind

The world of online dating can be a frustrating one. After all, how many times do you have to show up to see that he or she looks nothing like their photo or that their personality is considerably less appealing in person? But if you’ve decided to swear off this…

March 9th, 2015 Divorce and Social Media, Life After Divorce

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