Learn how to protect and encourage your children when going through a divorce. Use this opportunity to teach them lessons about forgiveness and love. As hard as that might sound, it is possible to do if using the right attitude and perspective.
You deserve better than to be with someone who doesn’t want to be married to you. Instead of wasting energy on convincing him that he’s making a big mistake, start planning your new life – for yourself and your children.
Marriage is an investment. You need to choose your product wisely. You have to invest regularly. Maintaining good credit is imperative. And, you need to reinvest your profits to make your portfolio grow.
Going through a divorce can be rough on your health both physically and emotionally. The emotional aspects of losing a relationship that you once valued can lead to high blood pressure, headaches and overall exhaustion.
One of the saddest consequences of divorce for parents are the alone-times when your children are visiting their other parent. Parents alone during the winter holidays need to get creative and absorbed in activities that are fulfilling for them.
If you’re considering a divorce, there will come a time when you have to put the emotional piece of the puzzle to the side in order to tackle the business.
Forgiveness can be one of the hardest concepts to understand – and one of the most personally helpful actions to help you move on after a marital betrayal or divorce.
Holidays can be stressful, as is, with all the activities, preparations, shopping, family gatherings, and, then add divorce. It seems that everyone around you is getting into the “season” as you are experiencing one of the most traumatic events of your life.
Have you been searching for ways to win back your husband who has asked for a divorce? Today’s guest blogger has some good points that you should consider before spending more time and energy on saving the marriage that he wants to leave.
When we think about the financial side of divorce, things like alimony and child support come to mind. But, divorce and financial expert Donna M. Cheswick reminds us of another important money matter – debt.