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Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid Of Living Alone

When you’re mulling whether to file for divorce, one common fear that will occur to you is the fear of being alone. Once you’re used to someone else always being there, the thought of no longer having them to shoulder some of the burdens may give cause for trepidation, even…

March 3rd, 2014 Life After Divorce

The Best Things About Divorce From A Survivor

In a recent Huffington Post blog, superwoman/blogger Lizzy Smith took aim at the 10 best things about divorce. Smith is an interesting person to speak on the subject because hers came at one of the toughest times of her life. She’d been diagnosed with multiple myeloma while dealing with an…

February 28th, 2014 Life After Divorce

Do You Fear Being Alone? (More Than 33 Percent Will Say Yes.)

A new study reported by the Huffington Post has revealed that more than one in three Americans fear ending up alone in spite of the fact that most have been/are in committed relationships. The survey was conducted among 2,000 participants and was conducted jointly by TODAY and AOL. In it,…

February 24th, 2014 Life After Divorce

Valentine’s Day Do’s And Don’t’s For The Newly Divorced

Valentine’s Day arrives this week, and while that means dating, gifts, and chocolate for many couples, people who’ve recently dealt with the divorce papers don’t have it so easy. Days like this that highlight and celebrate successful relationships only seem to exacerbate the pain and raw emotion of a broken…

February 10th, 2014 Life After Divorce

Four Tips For Selling Your Wedding Ring

When faced with divorce papers and their immediate aftermath, one of the many things you’ll need to confront that may not occur to you right away is what to do with the wedding ring. While some may want to hold on to it in hopes of reconciliation and others may…

February 7th, 2014 Life After Divorce

This One Divorce Move Sets Most People Back Years

When going through a divorce — even if it’s a low-conflict online divorce — many individuals can make a mistake that sets them back years in their search for happiness. They don’t pay proper attention to the emotional complexities of the situation they’re going through and instead opt to “move…

January 20th, 2014 Life After Divorce

Divorce Does Not Equal Failure: Here’s Why

There is a stigma of failure that follows one around after they file for divorce. The idea that you said, “Till death do us part,” yet here you are, single again, can be a hard one to overcome. But the longer you go after the divorce, the more you realize…

January 17th, 2014 Life After Divorce

De-Programming The Robot: Healing From The Emotional Numbness Of Divorce

Think back to before you or your spouse decided to file for divorce. It doesn’t really matter whether you were the leaver or the left. This works with either. You may have found yourself in a state of denial. If you were the left, you might have kept telling yourself…

January 15th, 2014 Life After Divorce

Overcome Divorce By Thinking More Positively: 4 Tips For Doing Just That

The inability to deal with negativity is probably the number one factor driving most divorces to an attorney’s office. Rather than staying positive, one or both spouses completely shut down once the decision to file for divorce has been reached. However, it is possible to fight negative thinking so that…

January 1st, 2014 Life After Divorce

Divorce Parties: A Legitimate Form Of Therapy?

Divorce parties: once you’ve finalized your divorce papers, this may be the last thing that you’re thinking about, but that trend is changing. In Las Vegas, for instance, Glynda Rhodes, founder of The Divorce Party Planner, has seen a robust market. “It’s about creating a new chapter in your life,”…

December 13th, 2013 Life After Divorce

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