The Emotional Divorce
Some of the hardest decisions you will ever have to make – about family, parenting, finances and your future – must be made when you are the least able to make them.
Being You During the Holidays
Being You During the Holidays I don’t know about you but I have had a love/hate relationship with the holidays. On the one hand I have a lot of happy
Your Journal is Your Friend I encourage people all the time to call friends to talk with them. It’s so important to have a place to spill your guts
6 Components of Your Emotional Divorce Support System
Mapping Your Divorce Support Resources Ending a relationship without a solid emotional divorce support net in place is quite daunting. You will be required to make some of the
Radical Self Care During Divorce – 6 Proven Strategies
Radical Self Care During Divorce How are you feeling after the new year? Is it starting out the way you hoped? If you’re going through a divorce, and January
Holidays for the Divorced and Divorcing
Holidays Are Hard For the Divorced and Divorcing Holidays are traditionally a time for family but for the divorced and divorcing they can be anything but happy. Most of
Five Turning Points of Divorce Recovery
Beyond Divorce has a mission. That mission is getting you truly beyond your divorce and back into a fulfilling life. Creating a fulfilling life starts with a powerful and
Relationship Skills I Wish I’d Had
We learn a lot about ourselves and others, when we divorce. Things that went right, things that went wrong. Things we would do differently next time. From time to time, [...]
Surviving and Thriving Through the Holidays
The holidays can be tricky as a newly single person. Usually a time for family, and family traditions, we are made painfully aware that things have changed.
Surviving Divorce-Part 2
This is the second part of a three-part article detailing divorce survival tips. After reading the book Deep Survival – Who Lives, Who Dies, and Why, by Lawrence Gonzales I realized that divorce is itself a survival situation.
Surviving Divorce-Part 3
This is the final part of a three-part article detailing divorce survival tips. After reading the book Deep Survival – Who Lives, Who Dies, and Why, by Lawrence Gonzales I realized that divorce is itself a survival situation.
Surviving Divorce-Part 1
In a recent divorce class two women asked if I had something written about the emotional devastation and preoccupation people experience while going through a divorce so they could give it to friends
10 Lessons Learned After Divorce
Susan attended my divorce recovery class 5 years ago. She contacted me again recently because her Ex was getting re-married.
Divorce for the Highly Sensitive Person
All of us have a degree of sensitivity. It is part of what makes us human. We ‘feel’ the world around us.
The Fourteen Dating Traps
You believe that you need to make yourself more appealing to attract and “sell” yourself with an attractive packaging and presentation.
Benefits of Divorce Recovery
The first few weeks tend to the hard work of overcoming the emotions of divorce, but weeks 5 through week 10 are exploratory learning.
Difference Between Men and Women During Divorce
Jeannine was recently interviewed by Dave Taylor, blogger extraordinaire. One of the questions he asked was:
How Long Does It Take to Heal from Divorce?
I have observed that it takes a couple of years for a person to recover on their own, but participating in a divorce recovery class can dramatically reduce that time.