All of my work with my clients really has only one goal and one result in mind and that is that my clients find and begin to use their personal power in their lives. When it comes down to it, your personal power is all that you have and everything else that you perceive as […]
The loneliness that you feel after a divorce is truly a mixed blessing. As painful as it is to endure, it is also the fertile ground in which you heal, grow, and in the end become a much stronger person.
Valentine’s Day can be one of the four toughest “holidays” if you are divorced, recently divorced or singled. The other three might be Christmas, New Year’s, and your birthday if you are alone and without a partner.
Are you divorced and thinking about reconciling with your ex-spouse? Maybe you are in the process of that right now? If so, here are some things to consider.
If you are getting a divorce or recently divorced, there is a good chance that the both of you went to couples therapy together. If you are reading this, then I am guessing it didn’t work.
Some people begin dating before the divorce is final while others wait some time afterwards to enter the world of dating. Regardless of which group you fall into, there are three distinct phases to dating that you go through.
When you are first divorced, one of the first things that you will experience is a great feeling of being alone and being lonely. You may have never felt so alone in all of your life.
Divorce and depression go hand in hand. You feel terrible all of the time and it is a chore to drag yourself through each day. You lose weight, can’t sleep, and nothing is very much fun anymore.