Getting divorced feels different for everyone, but there are some things everyone experiences. Here’s what to expect after filing for divorce, whether this is your first, second, or third time getting divorced.
These tips on divorce transitions – how to transition from marriage to divorce – are from a woman who knows how painful a new beginning can be – especially when you didn’t choose it.
You may still be in shock, and barely able to accept that you are a widow. These tips for dealing with the grieving process after your husband dies are from a widow. Her name is Kathleen, and she lost her husband after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease.
When someone you love takes their own life, you grieve in a different way. Here are a few ways to cope with life after someone you love commits suicide.
Surviving Christmas after divorce does get easier – and if you can cope with your first Christmas after the split, you can survive almost anything!
Five tips on how to help someone cope with death, inspired by the Parable of the Cracked Pot. You may feel inadequate and uncomfortable, but you are more helpful than you think.
These ideas on how to help a friend cope with the death of a child are inspired by a six year old boy who recently drowned in a creek in my neighbourhood in North Vancouver.
These gift ideas for a friend going through a divorce range from towers of happiness to tools of empowerment, and will help your friend see divorce as a beginning – not just an ending.
Here are the pros and cons of changing your name back to your maiden or family name after getting a divorce, plus tips on how to change your name.
Knowing when it’s time to leave a relationship is difficult because it’s not just the relationship you’re leaving, it’s a way of life. You’re leaving a mindset, a way of being.