Divorce Advice

As a huge thank you and in hopes that you'll get as much out of these networks as I do, I'm sharing my list of must-follow
"Stop. Come on, get in." "I don't understand. I haven't seen you in weeks. Why are you here?" I dog eared page 248 and closed
For those of you that are going through this, first and foremost, I am here for you.
No matter how you feel about your former spouse, your children still deserve to love and be loved by their other parent. Unless
A lot of people I know battle with their children. You see, when you break up with just a regular person or you don't have
Isolation and Chronic Pain go hand in hand, there's no sugar coating it. Anyone with CP knows that we make deliberate choices
For BRIDES, by Jillian Kramer. You’ve likely read some scary — and outdated! — research that says nearly half of marriages
I survived a divorce in 2015 with a two-year-old and a four-year-old underfoot and an emotional minefield to wade through.
"You may be the third wife — but if you make each other your first priority, you’re guaranteed to be the last."
I used to love Christmas, Kwanza and or Chanukah. Most of all, I loved our family together. Just the other day, I opened
When my husband and I separated and divorced, I felt entirely alone.  Given 40-50% of all marriages end in divorce, statistics
Disclaimer: I am not a doctor. All information presented should be regarded as friendly advice and opinions based on my own
If people read with a passion like the most wise and successful people I know, do, our society, on average, would be far
Let's be honest, facing the holidays without your sweetheart is probably one of the hardest things to do.
Unless it is impossible, wait until the new year, and let them enjoy their holiday season, and these last wonderful memories of you as a complete family unit. If you look at the holidays as being about their needs above all else, it will help you to make it through them as well.
Years ago, a therapist asked me point-blank, "What the f*ck are you doing in this marriage, Abby?"
Even today, I am absorbing the total effect that the experience of "failing" at marriage had on me. And on the surface, I did fail -- miserably. But it wasn't for a lack of trying. I gave that relationship my heart and soul and -- ultimately -- my peace of mind.