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.
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.
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
Sometimes it's hard to know the right thing to do for children during divorce. It may be even harder to implement if it requires being civil to an Ex you'd rather never see again.
My transition has been hard on my spouse, hard on my bank account, and hard on my ego. I’ve been at my breaking point many times.
I usually write my newsletters about something I'm learning in my own life that I believe will also be of interest to you.
I'm several years out of my divorce and many more years out of my marital home and it's just starting to hit me. I'm sure I preemptively grieved the lost memories.
The first few weeks tend to the hard work of overcoming the emotions of divorce, but weeks 5 through week 10 are exploratory learning.
Jeannine was recently interviewed by Dave Taylor, blogger extraordinaire. One of the questions he asked was:
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.