Here are some of our usual Friday quotes. These are all from Eckhart Tolle, author of The Power of Now and A New Earth – Awakening the Purpose in your Life. We, at TDM, felt that they would be quite appropriate in
Your good friend down the street just told you that she and her husband are divorcing. You want to give her all of your wisdom and advice. That would really help her….or would it? The first thing to do is just listen.
In this two part interview, I speak with Nevine Bentley of Facilitate Family Mediation in Farnham, Surrey about life after divorce and if you can be friends with an ex. What is great about this interview is that Nevine who used to practice as
Divorce weeds out the superficial people and reveals true friends. People whom you considered your exclusive pals – may latch onto your spouse if he/she is the more valuable commodity. I had two friends whom I met up with regularly. One completely
Divorce is a life transition that generates permanent changes. One can never go back – only forward. Divorce affects finances, relationships and career choices. It can be a positive catalyst for a metamorphosis. Divorce is not a linear process, one can back
Hearing your spouse utter the words, “I want a divorce,” is unbelievable. What to do when you are informed that your spouse is leaving you. If you think you did not correctly hear what was said, ask for it to be repeated.
I recently spoke to a divorced dad friend of mine who lives in the States and whom I have known for over 20 years. My discussion with him is what prompted this article because it was not the first time that I have come
Recently, my ex and I along with 2 other couples appeared in The Times Magazine on divorce in your 40s. What was interesting about this piece was that each one of the ladies had gone on to work in the area of
It’s a brand new year. An ideal opportunity to set new goals and plan ahead for exciting new projects. But if last year was a challenging, or even distressing one for you, you might feel yourself teetering towards a new turning point
Divorce with a passive-aggressive partner can be particularly aggravating. They seeming are going along with the whole process, yet are sabotaging it. They agree to check on their pension plan or to bring paperwork to the divorce sessions, but “forget.” The use
If you and your partner have very recently decided to go your separate ways, the one thing I can tell you right now is that you will be all right. It may not seem like it but you will. Having been through
Should I get divorced? For those of us who are divorced, it’s very likely that that question escaped your lips at some point or other. Having been divorced twice and founding The Divorce Magazine, it is not unusual for people to ask
Whether it’s a joint decision or hearing those words from your loved one that seem so final and marks the end of things as you know them right now, divorce is one of the most emotional situations you can go through in