5 Ways Your Engagement Ring Could Make You Happy After Divorce

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Sponsored post by Farewell Diamond You can usually spot an engagement ring from a distance. They have a certain look to them and that look doesn’t magically go away when the marriage ends. Often what once brought joy and happiness sits neglected in a box buried in a drawer, but it doesn’t have to be that way. There are still ways your engagement ring could make you happy … [Read more...]

How Do Children React To Divorce?

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Telling your children about your divorce is one of those conversations you dread having and you'll never forget it. How children react to divorce starts with that conversation. Antonio Borello's two children were both under aged six when Antonio and his wife were separating. Their reactions were quite different. Here's Antonio: My son was probably around three and a … [Read more...]

Your Ex Can Still Be Part Of Your Family

Parenting With Your Ex | divorce support | Since My Divorce

People are often surprised when divorced couples stay connected and stay friends but if it's something you both want, your ex can still be part of your family post-divorce. Antonio Borello and his wife were married for about ten years and together for three years before they got married. They were friends and partners for a long time. While the level of conflict in their … [Read more...]

How To Reduce Post-Divorce Conflict

Post-divorce conflict | divorce support |Since My Divorce

The amount of post-divorce conflict is a major determinant in how well children cope with their parents' divorce. Fact. Knowing how to reduce post-divorce conflict should therefore be a priority for any parent whose marriage is ending. Psychologist and family therapist, Antonio Borello has been divorced for three years. His two children are now aged ten and eight. Antonio … [Read more...]

Who Needs A Handyman After Divorce?

Judy Nelson

Guest Post by Judy Nelson In every marriage there's a division of labor, certain tasks you take on, certain tasks your spouse does. Living alone after divorce means there is no longer someone to share those tasks. You're responsible for them all and that can be intimidating. You might not know how to do them but that doesn't make you stupid. It just means you haven't had the … [Read more...]