Talking about your divorce is tricky if you don’t have a plan. Spend some time rehearsing what you want to tell people. This will make it easier when your divorce is brought up in casual conversation. Use the following tips to guide how much or how little you want to share. Your words are your […]
Being your own divorce hero means understanding the difference between fact and fiction. Fictions promote negative thinking (“I’ll be alone forever”); facts promote positive thinking (“I’ll be one step closer to meeting someone if I put myself out there.”) Rely on facts. Be your own hero.
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Many single parents find that children become unruly after they’re with the other parent. Keep firm boundaries and routines and maintain consistency. Prime your children about the rules and routines before they visit the other parent and remind them again of the rules and routines as soon as they return to you. These steps will […]
Gift yourself with the space and comfort to grieve. Allowing a good cry will help reduce the stress of divorce. Rather than bottling your emotions, let it go in a private, safe space. Repeat as needed.