Men’s Divorce Introduces Divorce Support Forum


Men’s Divorce has introduced a new resource to help men going through divorce by implementing an interactive forum. This allows users to reach out to a large community of other men who have gone through, or are going through, the divorce process.

The forum already has a large user base since it has been up and running on our sister site,, for several years. We felt that opening it as a resource to the readers of Men’s Divorce would be mutually beneficial, as the combined experience of our viewers can only add to the usefulness of the information found on the forum.

There are a variety of threads that should cover any topic you can come up with, from an area to pose questions or concerns before and during a divorce, to a parenting and child custody section, to a miscellaneous section that is more open-ended.

You do not need to register an account to view the forum threads; however, you will need to create an account to post comments or new topics. The process is very quick and simple, requiring only a custom username, an email address and password.

We strive to keep the forum as a positive and helpful community, so please note the posting guidelines and terms of use. Keep all posts respectful — abusive and hateful posts will be flagged and deleted by moderators, and all users are subject to a three-strike warning system that can result in temporary or permanent bans.

All we ask is that you keep things civil, meaning if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.

The forum is intended to be an additional tool where members going through similar circumstances can come together, share their stories, learn from others’ experience and support one another. This can be a valuable resource to receive tips and advice from people who have been through similar situations, and Men’s Divorce readers are encouraged to participate in the discussions and lend their two cents.

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