Thanksgiving is coming, and although there are many posts about divorce and the holidays, there rarely seems to be any about the unknown well wisher. This Thanksgiving, I decided to address these true unsung heroes of the divorce world.
After your divorce, you need to focus on you. Take this time to think about self-care, self-love, and a little adventure by planning a solo trip.
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Narcissists emotionally and psychologically abuse because they are bullies. They destroy women, families, and children and cause grave harm because they are bullies.
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It is possible and best to look at working through difficulties and problems in relationships as something other than fighting. Sure fighting can and does happen, but there is a better approach that will help both parties come out ahead.
It took over a year of planning and preparation, of course, hoping and praying I wouldn’t really have to pull the plug on my marriage. I did eventually have to and I hope you’re able to learn from my experience.
I kept my ex’s last name but reclaimed my individuality and personhood by utilizing the “Ms.” title.
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Exercising may be the last thing on your mind after a divorce. Things are chaotic, you’re still trying to sort out your new life, and going to the gym isn’t even on your to-do list. But setting and accomplishing fitness goals after divorce can help you in many ways.
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Interesting linksHere are some interesting links for you! Enjoy your stay :)
- 2019 Identity theft statistics Trends and statistics about identity theft
- Why Don’t Divorced Dads Turn To Each Other For Support Like Divorced Moms Do?
- Marital Compatibility: It’s About More Than Being “In Love”
- Vital Takeaways from Jeff Bezos’s High-Net-Worth Divorce
- Can Narcissists Really Move On Like Nothing Happened?