Divorced Moms Article Ideas
This list will be updated weekly:
The first to write an article and submit will be published.
Submit all articles at, https://divorcedmoms.com/submit
Article Ideas and Suggestions:
Which is More Stressful for Kids: Joint or 50/50 Custody?
8 Stages of Dating After Divorce
10 Signs You’re Really in Love Again
Sexless Marriage: 5 Tips for Saving Your Marriage
8 Signs You Are a Single Mom
6 Reasons You’ll One Day Be Happy He Left
5 Things to Consider If Your Ex Wants to Be Friends
10 Reasons You Don’t Want to Engage in Parental Interference
4 Ways to Tell If Your Kid Is Manipulating and Taking Advantage of Your Divorce
10 Reasons Women Over 50 Shouldn’t Give Up on Love
6 Things No One Tells You About Sex After Divorce
Divorcing and Living in The Same House? 8 Survival Tips
10 Things Every Divorced Woman Needs
You Never Know Someone Until You Divorce Them: What I Learned About My Ex
Flawless: Why the Narcissist Has to Appear to Be Perfect
10 Life Skills Every Divorced Woman Will Need
Why Do Women Stay So Long? 4 Reasons Women Don’t Leave at The First Signs It’s Over
I Was a Fool in Love: 6 Ways He Failed Me
Oh Dear! 9 Signs Your Ex Isn’t Over You
The Downside of Getting Back Together: Why Your Ex Shouldn’t Be Your Next
10 Reasons So Many People File For Divorce In January
Holiday Articles: Please submit holiday content before December 1st.
14 Things Single Moms Want for Christmas
8 Grown Up Christmas Gifts for The Single Moms
My First Post-Divorce Christmas (taking multiple submissions, share your first post-divorce Christmas experience)
Christmas, The Breakup Season: 6 Reasons Men Ghost You During the Holidays
4 Reasons It’s Good to Be Single During the Holidays
How I Plan to Spend My First Post-Divorce Christmas
How Divorce Changed the Holidays for Our Family
6 Budget-Friendly Winter Holidays for The Single Mom
These are writing prompts and ideas. If you have other divorce, dating, sex and single mom related articles you wish to write, please do so and submit.
Before You Submit:
Make sure your article/blog post holds the reader’s attention. It should have a clear beginning, middle and ending with a strong narrative that makes the reader want to see what happens at the end. Whether you’re sharing a list or telling a story, write in a manner that will keep the reader from clicking off your article/blog post. Make your article or blog post SHAREABLE!
Your article/blog post should be between 600 and 1200 words in length, well edited and ready for publication before submitting.
Grammarly is a fantastic free editing tool. You can download it to your computer for free and it will check your writing for errors as you write. Use it every time when you write!
Thanks! We can’t wait to read your submissions.