Post Divorce Tips

Dealing With a Bitter or Unreasonable Ex Spouse

Maintaining a peaceful relationship with your ex spouse takes hard work and does not just happen overnight. As the two of you are likely co-parenting your children, having trust in and respect for each other is still something you want to achieve. To alleviate some tensions that might…

A Positive Peak at Life Following Divorce

There’s a light at the end of every tunnel and divorce is no exception to this precious rule. As we wrap up the end of Emotional Wellness Month, let’s take a moment to hear from divorce advisor, Nicole Feuer, and the “perks” she began to discover following her…

Inviting Your Ex Trick-or-Treating This Halloween Shouldn’t Be Scary

Trick or treat? Mom or dad? Perhaps you can give your children the opportunity to spend their favorite holiday with both parents. Here’s a few reasons it’s actually a good idea: Aids in co-parenting skills. After all, practice makes perfect – and what better time to give it…

Waiting for an Apology (And How to Stop)

  If your divorce is due to the betrayal of your spouse or unfaithful actions, it is likely that your anger and disappointment is focused around one thing and one thing only – the lack of your spouses response. The biggest issue here is that the solution you…

Finding Financial Stability Following Divorce

The stress of a divorce can be taxing, both emotionally and financially. However, establishing a financial future for yourself can help to alleviate a bit of the burden from your break up. Free yourself from unnecessary struggle and find financial stability following your divorce with these three main…

Dating After Divorce

Dating after divorce is easier for some than others. In most cases, however, there are a lot of questions that come with this next phase in your life. Am I ready? Is the timing right? Will my kids understand? Be mindful that, while there is no single solution…

Single Parent School Tips

Has Back to School season been tougher than usual this year? We don’t blame you! Adjusting to single parenthood, especially when a new routine is calling, can be tough. First, it’s important to remember you are not alone. Next, turn to tips that will help make the fall…

Discipline Tips for Single Parents

As a single parent, you face a different set of challenges than two parent families. Not only are you the sole caregiver, but you’re also the lone homework helper, primary boo-boo fixer, number one cheerleader, and part time personal chauffeur. Not to mention you also have the thankless…

Lifting Yourself Up After Divorce

There’s no denying divorce can weigh you down – physically and emotionally. However, finding the right methods to pick yourself back up again can make all the difference. A positive mindset and continuous self-care will make the process less taxing on all of those involved. Picking out proper…

Important Things Divorcing Parents Should Tell Their Children

Divorce, while a large portion of the challenges and emotions lie on the shoulders of you and your soon to be ex-spouse, it’s important to keep in mind you may have some innocent bystanders watching nearby. Whether you have elementary age children or college graduates in your home,…