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Category Archives: Life After Divorce

5 Huge Perks To Being Newly Single

Being newly single isn’t always a walk in the park, particularly if you weren’t the person, who wanted to call an end to the relationship. While it can hurt saying goodbye to a significant other or spouse, there is an upside in the amount of perks that become available to…

May 18th, 2015 Life After Divorce

Shame and Divorce: What You Should Know

Getting a divorce is a seismic event in the lives of most people who experience it. It’s very rare that you will find someone admit that they had a nice, carefree divorce, and that they never hurt throughout the process. While it’s true that many can recover more quickly, there…

May 15th, 2015 Life After Divorce

4 Positive Truths About Divorce

Divorce is often looked at as a tragedy, and it can be in a certain context. But for those who learn to persevere, it’s a truly powerful, positive, and uplifting thing. In fact, you may find that the person you emerge as is much more likable and successful than the…

May 8th, 2015 Life After Divorce

4 Reasons Journaling Through Divorce Is Helpful

Journaling through divorce can be difficult for so many reasons. Maybe you were a shop/agri person in high school and just hate the idea of writing anything. Maybe the emotions of your divorce are too hard to confront in such a direct manner. No matter which walk of life you’re…

May 6th, 2015 Divorce Advice, Life After Divorce

How to Sever Ties with Your Ex, and Why You Should

Severing ties with your ex can be difficult for many still living in denial that the relationship is over. These individuals fail to realize no hope exists for a reconciliation, and the steady ongoing communications do little good of convincing them otherwise. If that sounds like you, then here are…

May 4th, 2015 Life After Divorce

Where Does Your Road to Recovery Begin? 

If you’ve gone through a painful divorce — and most divorces are painful — then you may not be at a point where you’re fully recovered. That’s okay. It can take years, and then just when you think you’re completely over something, the issue rears its ugly head again in…

May 1st, 2015 Life After Divorce

Defeating the Urge for Revenge After Divorce

When you are betrayed by your spouse — whether through financial betrayal or sexual infidelity — you may want to do a bit more to get even than simply deciding to file for divorce. It’s understandable if you want to slash their tires, burn their baseball card collection, or get…

April 13th, 2015 Life After Divorce

How to Find Love After a Divorce? 

Finding love after you or your spouse have decided to file for divorce can be a difficult endeavor — one that is the furthest thing from your mind in the present. That’s normal. Don’t rush it, but don’t give up on it either. In a recent blog from Christina Rasmussen,…

April 9th, 2015 Life After Divorce
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

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