Here they come. The Holidays. They start innocently enough with Halloween, mere child’s play, and then like an unstoppable string of cars...
I keep learning Life Lessons. This one is we divorced moms must learn to ask for help. Even more important, we should accept it with gratitute.
Numb. This is the only word to describe what I have felt since Friday morning after waking to a post that no parent would wish on their worst enemy.
A few days ago, I wrote about having to dig a little deeper to find things to be thankful for. Life can be difficult when you are alone.
Is your spouse trying to control you even as you divorce? Do you feel panic, fear and suffocation? Here are 6 techniques for divorcing a control freak.
My ex and I separated in January which left me the entire year to worry about what the Christmas season would mean for our children and me...
I read the article, "I Was The Other Woman And It Changed My Life (For The Better)." Here is a response from the wife left with a broken family.
I left my husband for him, but he didn't return the favor. Sometimes we screw up, but we have to find happiness and strength within to get back up again.
It can be nerve-wracking to wonder whether a guy likes you or not - so let me make it simple and show you how to discover his true feelings.
I was given an ultimatium by my husband that would ultimately destroy me and my marriage along with it. I should have seen it coming!
You're a good woman but I don't want to date you. I've heard it before, but what the hell does that mean? It means he's just not that into you!
How to let go of what you cannot control both in the divorce process and beyond. This will help you to move on after divorce and let go.
First days are always scary – from kindergarten to adulthood. So if you’re going back to work after a significant break -- you’re not alone if you feel like the new kid at school again.
Since I separated from my ex-husband fifteen months ago, I have begun the somewhat complicated process of moving on with my life.
As a divorced family, you not only need a great sitter, you need a mature sitter who can handle different locations, two parenting styles and kids in a unique circumstance.
If there is one thing divorce shines a clear light on, it’s your financial situation. Here are some tips for getting your financial footing in those first bumpy months after divorce.
Gara Hoke Lacy is an attorney and stepmom coach living in Charleston, West Virginia. Upon her marriage, she became the custodial stepmother of three, who are now young adults.
Cathy is a DivorcedMoms founder, our managing editor and a well seasoned online content producer. If it's about divorce, Cathy has probably written it.
Beth is a Los Angeles-based writer and editor, foodie, yogi, and divorced mom. A regular contributor to Huffington Post, several other magazines and websites.
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