We, at Dear Divorce Coach, have coined the term “toxhole” to refer to an ex who is both toxic and an a**hole too. Although it’s a funny term, dealing with one is anything but laughable. There’s the ex who dumps you unreasonably or maybe doesn’t even give you the satisfaction of saying goodbye. Some exes treat
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Often, I hear from clients, during separation and divorce, that they are lonely. Loneliness, as most of us know, comes from a feeling that we are missing something or that we are disconnected. In separation and divorce, or even when trying to repair a broken relationship, this feeling might arise.
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.
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
As we literally and metaphorically open the door to a new season, what should we sweep outside and what should we keep close? In your separation or divorce, are you angry and bitter because your family life is disrupted and you don’t know where you are headed? Or, are you able to see just a little
As you navigate separation and divorce, you may find yourself awash in emotions you find unfamiliar and bewildering. If you hav e children, you may wonder how to care for them as you feel so emotionally adrift yourself. Although there is not one answer to what may work for you, it is important to remove as