Your mindset matters for you and your children! Find out why trying to ruin your spouse in divorce is a big mistake! Dear Divorce Coach’s Cherie Morris provided Your Tango with their expert advice! 3 Reasons Trying To 'Ruin' Your Spouse In Divorce Is A HUGE Mistake
One of the toughest, most emotional decisions of divorce is whether to keep or sell the family home. You have so many memories of starting a life together with your partner, bringing home a child, having a family pet, celebrating family holidays together, but, when the relationship ends, so do the dreams you once had
Celebrating Father’s Day when you are separated or divorced can be laden with layers of meaning. You may want to celebrate your own Father, if he is in your life. If you are a Mother, and their Father is involved in their lives, you likely want to encourage and support their relationship with him.
If you are separated and/or divorcing, you surely have a lot to manage. In addition to your own fragi le emotional state, if you have children, you are likely worried for them. The good news is children of divorce can be just fine. It’s really about how you manage yourself and your interactions with them during this
If you are separated or divorced, you have likely contemplated that some day, perhaps, you will find yourself in anoth er relationship. With the experience of marriage and children, however, you may be both daunted and terrified at the prospect of re-entering the fray. After all, you are likely older now, have more experience and many
Your experience in separation and divorce is likely not like driving a car on a straight road. There are bumps and hurdles and some hairpin turns, likely. So, what makes us able to navigate the unanticipated turns gracefully enough to pull away when disaster may otherwise strike? That really depends upon you.
The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any. – Alice Walker. Do you manage the finances in your household? Does your spouse? Do you share the responsibility equally? If it is anything less than equal, ask yourself why. You may first claim it’s convenience–they are at the office and
What a wonderful life I’ve had! I only wish I’d realized it sooner. – Colette. It still amazes me how the minutiae of my day can make me notice only the hard parts, as if I am endlessly rowing against the current. If you are experiencing separation and divorce, this repeated pattern may lead you to believe
When you must continue a relationship for the sake of the children, it is important to know how to deal with a Narcissist. So much advice focuses upon terminating relationships with narcissists. This is certainly not the possible when there are children involved. Although problems may have preceded the separation and divorce, the divorce may