If you have recently discovered that your spouse has been cheating on you, the first thing that might be helpful to do is take a minute to digest and take some time for yourself. It is natural to feel a range of emotions after learning about an affair, including shock, betrayal, hurt, and anger. You may not be ready to take any action yet – and you don’t have to. Give yourself some time to feel what you feel and to organize your thoughts, what you want moving forward. That will help you decide what steps to take next.
Going through a divorce can be one of the most difficult experiences a woman can go through in her life. It is often a time of great stress and upheaval, and it can be hard to know how to take care of yourself. In this blog post, we will discuss 10 self-care tips for women going through a divorce. These tips can help you manage your stress levels, stay positive, and take care of yourself during this difficult time.
Below is one women’s story about her journey through the divorce process. While everyone’s journey is different, the emotions and the pain can be similar. And most importantly, no one has to go through it alone.
Divorce is an emotionally devastating time, not only for the adults, but for children as well. As parents we want to protect our children from any stress, trauma, etc. That is our job! Here are a few simple and commonsense guidelines that may be help you protect your children during divorce.
Reaching out to friends that you and your ex-spouse shared during or after the divorce may seem like an awkward and uncomfortable thing to do. Depending on how close you and your ex were, it is highly likely that you both shared the same friends, even befriended other couples who you both were acquainted with.
The social stigmas surrounding divorce are hard enough, but being a divorcee later on in life has its own set of challenges. According to a 2017 study conducted by the Pew Research Center, divorce rates for people in their 50s have doubled since 1990.