5 Reasons You Need to Stop Stressing About Managing Your Own Divorce

It’s been on your to-do list for months: file for divorce. You’re ready to move on, ready to begin a new chapter, ready to be done with it. It’s such a simple to-do list item, but beneath it lurks a bevy of other tasks you’re worried about--calling the lawyer, meeting with the accountant, paying a giant lawyer retainer, showing up to court, hiring a child custody expert, taking time off work for court. This list can feel intractable. If you're managing your own divorce, splitting up can feel like a full time job. You don’t have to live like this. Here’s why it’s time to stop stressing.


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Complete Guide to Pro's You Might Need Before, During, & After Divorce

A divorce is a major change in your life, and it can affect everything from how you manage your schedule to who you call if your car breaks down. These small and large changes can increase stress during and after divorce as you seek to move forward with life. Working with the right team of professionals can help smooth the path from here to the other side of your divorce. Here are the pros to consider making a part of your team.


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Featured Article | 3 Things I Wish I’d Known Before Getting Divorced

Written by Featured Guest Blogger (and our friend) Kim West, Founder of When It's Knot Forever & Divorce Coach based in Boulder, CO who offers divorce coaching services nationwide.

I try to live my life without regrets. I generally don’t find it constructive to look back and consider how I could have done things differently unless doing so could teach me a lesson that might help me going forward. The only other time I’ve found this type of reflection to be worthwhile is in situations where the lesson I learn from looking back could benefit others. And that’s exactly what I’m seeking to do...


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5 Ways to Convert Stuff to Cash Before and After Divorce

Whether you're agreeing to it before a divorce or just trying to shed physical reminders post-divorce, converting material possessions into cash isn't always a terrible idea. If done correctly, it can bring some closure to this chapter in your life while also adding some spending money to your pocket. It's not always the right decision, though, so make sure you think through any financial steps before or after a divorce carefully before moving forward.


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Featured Article | Changing The Face Of Divorce

Written By Featured Guest Blogger (and our friend) Elizabeth Winkler, MA LMFT

What if we could create more love in the world through the process of breakups, separations, and divorce? This may sound strange, but it is entirely possible for those who are willing to do the internal work. This is what I call "Mindful Untethering."  I have created five tenets to follow and come back to as guides for the internal "divorce" that is necessary for individuals to find peace, empowerment, and ultimately the abundant love that lies within each one of us


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