Let go and embrace change. It sounds so easy, but it’s not. How many times have you been thrown a curve ball when you least expected it? Losing your job, divorce an unexpected health emergency, death of a loved one, family estrangements and more — all these can be devastating, scary and unexpected. There is an enormous adjustment to make, mainly because things are different and you are in a new situation you never experienced before. How can you find your peace so you can deal with the complexities of your new challenge?
Helping your child deal with divorce and change can be quite the challenge. First of all, there are so many unknowns in a divorce. Second, helping prepare your child to deal with divorce isn’t as simple as it sounds in your head. You may have worked out the details in your mind. But your child will need guidance to handle the upcoming changes. We’ve put together some tips to make the change a little easier for you.
Career change success in ten easy steps? Is that really possible? Have you decided that this year you really will change career or you need to get back to work? Fantastic! You are embarking on an exciting journey, but it is one that really will be worth the time and effort you invest in it. You really do owe it to yourself to finally break out of that rubbish job that has been frustrating you. All you need is a genuine commitment to seeing this through and a simple 10 step process to follow. Believe me, you really can make the changes you want!
It is easy to dwell on all the changes you’re going through during the process of divorce. From relief to frustration, and hope to despair, just about every feeling in the book will overwhelm you at one point or another. We asked our experts how do women survive the roller coaster of divorce? The answer might surprise you!
Eleanor Roosevelt once said “No one can make you feel inferior without your permission.” Those going through a divorce may not believe this statement. If you are told over and over how dumb, ugly, or worthless you are, you begin to believe it. This verbal abuse happens every day to both men and women. Most people do not realize that those who “name-call” are usually the ones with the issues.
Accepting the reality and finality of divorce can be a tough challenge. We need to be able to let go of the life we knew and prepare to face an unknown future. That can be intimidating. Here are some key steps accepting your new reality with grace, peace and positive expectations for a happier life ahead.