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“I used to think that divorce meant failure, but now I see it more as a step along the path of self-realization and growth.”
- Alana Stewart
A divorce is classified by psychologists as one of the most stressful experiences anyone can face. A divorce radically changes a family if children are involved. There can be great financial pressure. Your self-esteem can take a hit. You might feel embarrassed. You might have a lot of doubt and fear regarding the future.
It’s a lot to manage and overcome.
You might believe that you’ll never be happy again. While this might feel real at the moment, it’s up to you how the rest of your life progresses. It’s a pretty safe bet that your divorce and the aftermath won’t be as bad as you anticipate.
In fact, a divorce can be a new beginning for a life that’s more fulfilling and filled with joy. It won’t happen overnight, but you might be on the cusp of a more meaningful and enjoyable existence.
Consider these topics as a means to survive your divorce and create a new, happy life:
Chapter 1: Surviving a Divorce. The first step is surviving, and then you can worry about the rest. While getting through a divorce is certainly challenging, nearly one million people do it each year in the US. You can, too, with these tips.
Chapter 2: Finances During a Divorce. Finances are always important, but a divorce magnifies their relevance. Many people facing a divorce make financial errors during this critical time. Avoid being one of them.
Chapter 3: Kids and Divorce. Everyone worries about the children in a divorce. Children struggle but are quite resilient. Talking with them the right way sets them up for a positive outcome.
Chapter 4: After the Divorce. It’s time to celebrate this considerable victory, but the work is only beginning. Now you have a wonderful opportunity in front of you. Make the most of it.
Chapter 5: Finding Joy Again. It might not feel like joy is possible, but it is. Happiness with a little fun sprinkled on top is all you need to have a joyful life.
- Chapter 6: Conclusion. You’re just at the beginning of the rest of your life. How will you spend it?
“Relationships are eternal. The 'separation' is another chapter in the relationship. Often, letting go of the old form of the relationship becomes a lesson in pure love much deeper than any would have learned had the couple stayed together.”
- Marianne Williamson
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