Divorce can be a good thing. I was at a workshop last week with other CDFAs (Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®). During our introductions, another of the participants stood up and said, “Divorce can be a beautiful thing.” Wow. That really rocked my world. I’d never heard it put that way before. Usually, the stories we hear, and perhaps the stories we tell, cover all of the negatives of … [Read more...] about 7 Reasons To Be Thankful For Divorce
What to know before your divorce? Starting in the right place can make all of the difference in where you end up. That means the right place for you, your marriage is distinctly yours, and your divorce will be as well. We at Bridge-ing join Second Saturday to promote education for women facing divorce and all of the changes it entails. What will you learn? We talk about the different … [Read more...] about What to know BEFORE your divorce. A few minutes NOW means a big return LATER.
Sheltering in place during a pandemic is stressful. Divorce rates during COVID-19 are expected to rise. For some already tenuous relationships being together mostly 24/7 is causing what were little cracks to become fissures. Formerly hidden by work schedules or outside activities or kid responsibilities, now those glossed over imperfections look like gaping holes. Many … [Read more...] about Best Ways to Divorce During COVID-19
Sheltering in place can lead to feeling pretty alone and isolated. That sense of being separate can also happen during the divorce process, and it can be a scary time. As a divorce coach, I talk with my clients about the most important things for them as they navigate the divorce process. We try to peel back the layers and look at what is most unsettling, what is most significant, and what is … [Read more...] about You Are Not Alone!
How Can A Divorce Be Child Centered? When parents decide to split, practical questions come up about how to take care of children throughout the process. A professional in divorce trains to recognize matters in their areas of expertise that affect their clients, but there's so much more involved. One of those key considerations is how the needs of children should impact the process. As a … [Read more...] about 6 things to Consider for a Child-Centered Divorce