Tag: after divorce

Drowning In Your Marital Home

Posted by Delaine - July 10, 2011 - Managing Money, slideshow
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By Certified Credit Counsellor, Suzanne Cramer I recently had lunch with a friend who has filed for divorce and is struggling with what to do with their marital home. Their situation is like many today who are faced with selling the marital home after a divorce and for various reasons, market conditions, location, and lack of […]

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Why You Need to Get Rid of That Old Bra PRONTO!

Posted by Delaine - February 12, 2011 - Fashion & Flare, Fashion Tips
divorced women bra sexy old bra  Why You Need to Get Rid of That Old Bra PRONTO!

Written by Stylist & Image Coach Lauren Schugar. In my work as a Stylist and Image Consultant, I work with divorced women a LOT.  And the one thing that I want to stress to you as you get back in the saddle after divorce is that LOOKING your very best can help you en route to FEELING your very […]

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Divorced For One Year & Feeling Touch Deprived

Posted by Delaine - January 22, 2011 - Healing, On being alone, Support & Girlfriends
touch deprived year one divorce  Divorced For One Year & Feeling Touch Deprived

Written by Kathryn Michaels. I’ve been divorced for about a year.  We had no kids so it was basically a clean break, if that is even possible.  My heart was shattered into a million fragmented pieces, and a lot of those pieces are just now starting to heal. Mostly I feel like I’m in a good […]

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Anger & Mistrust of Men: Have Your Walls Become Your Prison?

Posted by Delaine - January 9, 2011 - Fears & Challenges, Grief/ Anger, Healing, Infidelity, Relationships, Wisdom Gained
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Do you ever wonder if divorce and/or infidelity have ‘hardened’ you?  I don’t mean ‘hardened’ as in “made you stronger.”  I mean as in, “encased you in a shell of mistrust and bitterness towards the opposite sex.” Cause that’s what happened to me; I wasn’t even conscious of it at the time.  Truth is, to this day, I still sometimes struggle with […]

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Dating After Divorce: An Indecent, Freaky Or Attractive Proposition

Posted by Delaine - December 16, 2010 - Dating & Sex, From the Dating Trenches, Sexual Issues & Kinks
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So a woman I know received a proposition this week from a man online.  We’re still trying to figure out if we think it’s indecent.  Is it different?  Yes.  Freaky?  Borderline.  Is she considering it?  Hmmmm…kind of. First I should mention, she’s met him in person already.  He apparently seemed totally normal.  He even seemed smart […]

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My Kids Witness Broken Families…And It’s a Positive Thing

Posted by Delaine - June 10, 2009 - Parenting, Single Dads, Single Moms, Social Barriers & Change
kids witness divorce1  My Kids Witness Broken Families…And It’s a Positive Thing

When I was a child, I remember hearing whispers about so-and-so’s parents getting divorced.  All I could think was ‘Oh my God, my friend’s life is over’.  For to be a child of divorce was marked with fear and shame. Fast forward to the present and how my young children perceive divorce:  every second or third friend […]

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Two “Golden Tools” to Help You Mourn & Rebuild After Divorce

Posted by Delaine - March 25, 2009 - Advice, Healing
tools divorce survival construct  Two “Golden Tools” to Help You Mourn & Rebuild After Divorce

Divorce can easily feel like a drawn-out death.  And like an actual death, one must not only go through the grief cycle  (bargaining, denial, anger, depression, acceptance) – one must ALSO begin to rebuild.  So today, due to the number of letters I’ve received from people looking for resources, I’m spotlighting two Golden Tools I […]

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