Written By Psychotherapist Meg Josephson, L.C.S.W.
Written by Divorce/Break-up Coach Prudence Henschke
I love my phone as much as the next person. I need it close by to keep an eye out for important “work” emails; to capture the special moments in my children’s lives; to take urgent calls from family members, or is that what I tell myself?
Written By Jacqui Knapp, Founder & C.E.O. KNAPP HOUSE Home Management
Wherever you are in your divorce – whether you’re relieved or devastated – the steps to move after divorce, and start on your next chapter can feel very overwhelming. Just know you don’t have to go through this alone. With the right road map and proper support, you can accomplish what you've set out to do and feel prepared for your life after divorce.
A co-authored article inspired by a real wife and mom’s experience with her ex-husband
A reader recently wrote in with this question: “How do you deal with an emotional vampire?”
She said she heard the phrase on the radio and when searching for the meaning, she discovered a book with the same title, written by Dr. Albert J. Bernstien, Ph.D. The reader went on to write:
Unlike the popular perception, moving doesn’t need to be a stressful process. When moving due to divorce, you may feel overwhelmed. Your life may feel like it's going in all directions. So to help you keep the moving process manageable following your divorce, here are some things to remember: