Divorce is an emotionally tumultuous journey, akin to a grieving process. However, it is important to remember that there is life after divorce. There are ways to navigate this transition and shape a meaningful future: This journey is a personal one, and there’s no universal timeline for healing and moving forward. By staying true to yourself and being patient, you can craft a … [Read more...] about Life Post-Divorce: Crafting Your Future with Purpose
Divorce involves a myriad of changes, losses, and uncertainties that can leave you feeling overwhelmed. The process of letting go and moving forward after a divorce is unique to each person, and it requires patience, self-care, and a supportive network. Here are some helpful strategies for talking to people about letting go after divorce and finding a path to healing. 1. Recognize the … [Read more...] about How To Let Go After Divorce
This article by Betsey Williams, LMFT was originally posted on CollaborativeDivorceCalifornia.Com. Major life transitions impact people in different ways emotionally. If we look at the top 10 Most Stressful Life events, divorce ranks second after the death of a loved one (spouse, partner, child). A divorce coach is a licensed mental health professional who helps individuals navigate … [Read more...] about What Does a Divorce Coach Tell People Asking About Divorce?
Divorce is an emotionally difficult process. This is true even if both spouses want the divorce. The divorce process can be less stressful for couples that choose the Collaborative Divorce process. One of the first things that happens in a Collaborative Divorce case is that each party begins to work with their own divorce coach. The Role of the Divorce Coach The divorce coach is a licensed … [Read more...] about What Does a Divorce Coach Do in a Collaborative Divorce?
The first holiday season after a separation or divorce can be difficult and challenging. Powerful memories can be stirred up about the advantages of the traditional two-parent household. It can also be a time for creativity by establishing new traditions for your household and getting the kids involved. Keeping the Status Quo: If you and the other parent want to attend holiday celebrations … [Read more...] about Celebrating The Holidays After Divorce With 5 Tips For Sanity
When parents’ divorce, their children are affected, even children who are no longer “children”. Today there are families experiencing divorce after 25, 35, 45 years of marriage. Not only are adult children involved, but there may be grandchildren facing these transitions as well. Every family is different and children’s thoughts and feelings about their parent’s or … [Read more...] about COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE: Adult Child Specialist
Research has shown that out of 49 life events, divorce is the second most stressful experience of a person’s life. The only thing more stressful is the death of a spouse. Getting the right support while in the divorce process is crucial to a person’s mental health and the ability to make good decisions. Help from a Licensed Mental Health Professional Going through the … [Read more...] about Managing Mental Health During Divorce
People who remarry after a divorce certainly don’t want their new marriage to fail. They have hopes and dreams of how this marriage will be different. They know what didn’t work and are excited about new passion and possibilities. The couple is determined to not repeat the mistakes of the past and yet few people really take the time to know each other and … [Read more...] about Divorce and Remarriage