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How many times have well meaning friends or family members suggested it was time to get over your break up and start moving on? Or start dating? While I don’t have the answer to that question, the reality is that even once is too many. Until you’ve walked in somebody else’s shoes, it is certainly not our place to even remotely suggest when it’s time to move on. And even if you have walked in those shoes, every single person’s situation is different and there is no such thing as a timeline for this type of thing. ...

Most of us don’t exactly enjoy creating a personal budget. However, if you are about to begin divorce proceedings, it’s imperative that you take the time to do this now. This is the only way you can accurately judge what your current expenses are and what your future expenses will look like. This is especially important if there are children in the picture....

When people ask me what I do and I tell them that I am a divorce coach, I get a variety of reactions. Some people have an immediate positive response and tell me that they think it’s a fantastic idea and a really useful service to offer. Yet others take in my response slowly as the look of confusion passes over their face, and they ask me - what is a divorce coach?...

No, I’m not talking about your house or your bank account. I’m talking about your children. Taking the time to come up with a custody schedule is one of the most important pieces of your divorce agreement. While it may not be easy to communicate amicably with the person you have decided that you no longer want to spend the rest of your life with, for the sake of your kids, you certainly need to try your very best. ...

So you finally made the decision that it’s time to end your marriage and move on. But move on to what? Moving forward with your life post divorce can be overwhelming and even scary at times. But what if you were to see it as an opportunity to redefine yourself? Maybe this is an ideal time to recreate yourself and set new goals with new destinations ahead. ...

It seems like many people drag themselves and their relationship through the holiday season because the thought of splitting up at this time of year just seems to difficult and overwhelming. February rolls around and people are feeling at an all time low, especially if they live in a colder climate where they aren’t getting enough sunlight and vitamin D....

I spent most of my life trying to create and recreate my “family”. I think this notion is a HUGE reason I am here in this life. For me we are all here to learn how to love. Love ourselves, love our friends and family, love our communities, love our planet and understand the connectedness to all living things in our hemisphere. We are all the same. ...