January Has Been Unofficially Dubbed Divorce Month!

While Christmas is not the sole cause of divorce, many couples find themselves separating after the festive holidays, due to financial pressures, spending more time together, general stress or just not wanting to face another year unhappy. Some couples may stay...

Why I Needed A Divorce Coach

In the early days of my separation, I seriously struggled with all aspects of my life, from kids to sleeping and everything in between.  It took all of my energy to get through each day and keep my head above the waterline. I honestly believed my life was over and to...

Coping After Divorce

Your divorce is going to be one of the biggest challenges you will face.  So being prepared is the best way forward.  Here I want to share some steps that got me through the worst times and helped with coping after divorce. 1.    Don’t beat yourself up and think...

Emotional Overwhelm

What do you do when you are going through emotional overwhelm? I had one of those recently and as I was also quite ill made it even worse.  My body was telling me to slow down and remember to take better care of myself.  It was telling me to slow down my thoughts and...

Valentines Day

The first year of your divorce may leave you facing many painful celebration days such as Christmas, anniversaries and birthdays on your own and hurting.  And even if you never really bothered with valentine’s day when you were married it might leave you feeling upset...

Why Divorce Was the Best Thing To Happen To Me

When I left school and started working, I had the belief that I should live a little first then meet and marry my prince charming, stop working, have kids and live happily ever after.  It’s what we learn from our story books when we are little after all.  No one goes...