Could You Survive A No Cell Phone Day?

No Cell Phone Day | Delfeayo Marsalis | Since My Divorce

When I was approached about reviewing No Cell Phone Day I will confess that I jumped to the conclusion that it was about getting your teenagers off their phones. While the concept could certainly apply to teenagers, No Cell Phone Day is a children’s picture book that explores the idea of PARENTS and their children […]

The Great Escape: A Girl’s Guide To Leaving A Marriage

Writing About Your Divorce | divorce support | Since My Divorce

My most recent guest, Lisa Thomson kept a journal through her arduous divorce journey and then used that to write her book, The Great Escape: A Girl’s Guide to Leaving A Marriage. She told me she was motivated to write it because at the time she was going through her divorce she couldn’t find supportive […]

How Do I Get The Most Money For My Diamond Ring?

Selling your diamond ring after divorce

This is a sponsored post. Many divorced women are left with a diamond engagement ring which they no longer have any wish to keep. The good news is that diamond might actually be worth a decent amount of money and so you might ask, “How do I get the most money for my diamond ring?” […]

Perfect Parents Do Not Exist: Forgive Yourself These 6 Parenting Mistakes

by Sara Bean, M.Ed. Guilt and parenthood just seem to go together. Maybe you lost control and screamed at your child today, or perhaps you’re struggling to give your kids enough—or you might be worrying that you’re doing too much. Whatever the cause, most parents experience guilt regularly. I’ve talked with so many people who were […]

10 Tips To Ace Obamacare Enrollment

Obamacare means more options for people getting divorced

By Colette Snyder of Fuel Financial, Inc. in Lakewood, Colorado You’ve probably got a lot on your plate right now as you sort out the logistics involved in your divorce.  A historically problematic logistic that you might be reassessing is your health insurance.  Maybe you’re coming off your spouse’s plan, and your employer doesn’t offer […]

How Will Children React To Divorce

One of the many stresses of dealing with divorce is worrying about how your child will cope with the transition. Unless your child is extremely mature or still very young, they will be upset by the divorce but there is a distinction between appropriate and inappropriate reactions to divorce. Recognizing this means you can get […]

Wisdom From Divorce: Connected To Your Ex For Life

Divorce may mean the end of your marriage but it’s not the end of your relationship with your spouse: Staying connected with your ex doesn’t mean a cozy relationship and it doesn’t mean a daily relationship. It just means a recognition that once you have kids together, however you look at it, you’re connected for […]

Tolerating Your Marriage

Good friends will help you through your marriage

Have you ever heard anyone describe marriage as easy? Probably not. Most people will tell you that marriage is work but is there a difference between that and tolerating a marriage? My current guest, Sandy was married for twenty-three long years, many years spent trying to make it work and many years spent tolerating it. […]

My Divorce Pal Funding Campaign

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[jwplayer config="BlogPostPlayer" image="/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/MyDivorcePal.jpg" file="/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/MyDivorcePal.mp4"] I have very exciting news today. Today I’m launching my Indiegogo funding campaign for My Divorce Pal. Watch the video to find out more or keep reading … I’m excited, I’m nervous, I’m scared …. I’ve never done anything like this before and I have no idea how it’s going to […]

Wisdom From Divorce: Choosing What To Keep From Your Marriage

Changing your name after divorce might seem like a straightforward decision but there’s lots to consider. Some women feel that their last name, even though it was their husband’s, is a core part of their identity and it isn’t something that can be easily changed. Other women see the name as another facet of the […]