Finding an experienced lawyer to handle your divorce is crucial to ensure the best possible outcome, it’s also important when it comes to privacy and discretion. Executive, celebrity, athlete or other high profile divorces present unique challenges and require a level of discretion that can seem impossible. How do you manage the media while managing a strenuous relationship and conducting business with the courts?
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People get divorced for so many different reasons, and each reason is very personal, but that does not mean you are alone. Even the very popular internet phenomenon Jill Smokler, who runs the website “Scary Mommy” has recently called it quits with her husband after 17 years of marriage. In this interview on Today.com she gives a tell all of exactly what happened and more importantly how she revealed the information to hear children, which is probably one of the most difficult experiences we mother’s face in divorce.
Divorce can be one of the most traumatic experiences a person can go through. Most people get married with the intentions of forever after, so when that ideal ends it’s difficult to remain objective or unemotional about your actions. Divorce is complicated and involves many different issues and your behavior before, during, and after your divorce will determine how smoothly you will transition during your divorce and recover afterward. For every poor decision you make in the early days of the break-up you will pay a price that will only enlarge exponentially if you don’t make a real effort to make the right choices during this difficult time. There was a great article on “Today” with 7 Things You Shouldn’t Do After A Divorce. Read them, write them down, and do your best to absorb them.
Reactions to divorce are not always predictable. There are so many things to consider in terms of preparing for the reactions children may have to the news of divorce in their family. Parents should be cognizant of several things, including where, when, and how to tell children the news of the parents’ divorce.
Divorce and children? There are effective ways to talk to your kids. There’s no doubt that divorce can be a life trauma for children. In most cases they are resistant, angry, fearful and anxious about how the divorce will effect them and change their lives.
For parents, it’s a time to master the art of good parent/child communication so you can reinforce and rebuild trust, security and confidence that things will be okay again – despite the changes inflicted by your divorce.
While it is easy enough to keep working all the time, and creating excuses as to why you “have to” forge on, making time for your personal life is equally important. The reason? Because it not only gives you a chance to recharge and perform better, but it’s necessary for good health, too.
Getting back to work after a divorce can be a challenge. If your divorce has drastically changed your life and finances getting a job can not only help you get back on your feet financially, but it can also improve your mental health by giving you something less stressful to focus on.
Deciding on the type of job you want is the first thing you should do to help you transition into the job market. If you urgently need money, look at the jobs you have done in your past since your experience can give you an edge over other applicants. If money is not a big problem, you can look into your future and choose a job that you have always wanted to do.