As I rapidly head towards mediation and hopefully (fingers and toes crossed) finalizing our divorce, I have made a list of things that could drive me crazy throughout this miserable process.
Stop sabotaging relationships because you fear rejection!
Do not become a victim to these two very destructive relationship myths.
Showing civility and kindness to your ex isn’t about doing something for him, it’s about doing something for yourself.
Many women struggle after divorce, but is struggling the same thing as irresponsible?
This time of chaotic change will pass and you (& those you love) will be okay.
Show your friends, family, co-workers – and even your ex – that you are resilient and are truly on your way to healing from the loss of your marriage by keeping the details of your divorce to yourself.
You often make mistakes during your divorce that you pay for in the future. Here are 9 things you should never do during a divorce.
If anyone thinks that this long term anger at an ex does not affect their children they are very wrong. It lowers children’s standards in relationships. It allows children to see that one person attacking another person is OK and permissible.
Divorce is not a concept that is readily understood by a child, especially once they first hear of it, and for sure not when it applies to his or her own family; so, every action of ours demonstrates to the child how he should feel about it!
How can I recognize destructive patterns in relationships and take steps to change them? Here are 10 ways to stay away from partners who are wrong for you.
People divorce for all kinds of reasons, but some more than others. Here are the top 10 reasons why people divorce according to the experts.
After dealing with the end of a marriage and then the weird and wonderful world of post-divorce dating, this is for the man who loves me next.
No one wants to be the parent continually stuck footing the bill for everything; but, someone must be the parent so the kids don’t always pay!
Going to marital therapy doesn’t mean the marriage will survive…but it can mean you have a fighting chance.
Being in love is not a feeling but instead a consistent display of actions, followed by words and experiences that two people share with each other.