Exiting Your Comfort Zone After Divorce

After your divorce, you may feel the inclination to retreat. You just went through the act of ending a commitment that was vowed to be lifetime. You may not want to interact with others, which can leave you feeling lonely and isolated. Your mental and

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Letting Go of Your Marriage

Your relationship began the moment that you met. You may not have been interested in her right away. You may have started out as friends or acquaintances. Maybe she lived nearby, and you had mutual friends that you both spent time with. Either way, once

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Resetting the Clock After Divorce

When your marriage is falling apart, you may find yourself struggling to hold yourself to your established routines. You may find yourself struggling with everything going on in your unhappy and dysfunctional relationship. You may begin to experience mental health issues, like anxiety or depression,

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Saying Yes to Life After Divorce

As difficult as it may be, this is not the end for you. Just because you experienced a divorce, does not mean your life suddenly ceases to have meaning or you are anything less than you. You may not have a spouse anymore, but you

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