Most people know, on at least a rudimentary level, how to create a budget. However, creating a budget that you can stick with over a long term is a completely different story. If you find that you have a hard time staying within a budget, the budget might be to blame. Here is a short guide to making a budget that will be easier to follow.
Change Your Interpretation of What It Means To Be Alone
Being alone after a difficult marriage could mean you are a failure… or it could mean you made a hard choice to improve the quality of your life. If you are getting over an infidelity, being alone could mean you are undesirable… or it could mean that your ex’s behavior was outside your control, and has no bearing on who you are or how beautiful you are. Being a divorced mom could mean you always stay home alone on weekend nights … or it could mean that you use your time alone to do something dynamic like go back to school, volunteer in the community or start a business.
Going through a divorce is not easy on anyone, especially the kids. As parents, we want to help our children experience as little or no anxiety about the situation. After all it’s not their fault. www.firstwivesworld.com published a very helpful article with some great tips for parents to use when their children experience different emotions through the divorce.
Life after the divorce can be truly overwhelming. Overwhelming emotions—grief, regret, anger, and loss—can plague your thoughts day and night. It will seem like you’re beginning your life all over again. Which is actually the case. Changing your old ways is not easy.
Fortunately, these days, websites offer advice and support for those going through this devastating life-change.
When it comes to ex-spouse conflicts, our life could stay in the glass-half-empty mode. Anger and forgiveness could be the culprit. Are you tired of fighting in court? Do you blame your ex for the loss of hopes and dreams? You’re not alone. So, how do we deal with our ex for all time, especially when we share children?