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R is for “Reinventing” yourself after divorce

If you let it, divorce can send you spiraling into deep depression, where you become the victim or it can shake you out of complacency and into the action.  Choose the latter and open yourself to new experiences and begin reinventing yourself. Start looking to the future … The past is the past… Focus on […]

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D is for Don’t Let Your Divorce Negatively Define You

“You must give up the life you planned in order to have the life that is waiting for you.” ― Joseph Campbell Dealing with divorce is a harsh reality; after all no one gets married expecting divorce in their future, yet it happens to a large number of  married couples. Divorce happens to good people. It […]

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P is for Parenting after Divorce.

  Many divorced couples will tell you that dealing with their ex after divorce is not an easy task, especially when children are involved. Do you want to continue with the conflict and communication breakdown, or are you willing to choose honor and integrity for the future well being of your children? The key is […]

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N is for What NOT To Do During Your Divorce.

  The divorce process can be filled with uncertainty, emotional anxiety, fear and confusion. From the moment you begin to contemplate that your marriage may be over — to the final signing of the divorce papers — you may experience one of the most emotionally draining periods in your life. During this time you will […]

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AZ Asks: Miz P – What are some tips to make your post-divorce life run smoothly?

  Miz P’s biography—aka Carole Perkins : A Greensboro native, Carole is a graduate of Guilford College who was named a Who’s Who Among College Students with a double major in Psychology and The Administration of Justice. Carole has worked a gamut of jobs from waiting tables at the now defunct Tippy Taco House, as Vice-President of […]

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O is for Options to Consider Before You File for Divorce.

  The decision to leave your marriage is very serious and can lead to many unforeseen consequences. So before you take this final step, please consider all of your Options. Try counseling, it may possibly help resolve differences in your present relationship. Throughout our lives, we all experience change in ourselves and our circumstance — […]

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N is for Nurturing your Children through Divorce.

Going through a divorce is an emotional challenging time for everyone involved including the children. This can be hard when you are totally immersed in your own pain, but they need to be first on your list when it comes to nurturing. Being aware of their pain will help you put their needs at the […]

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M is for Medical Insurance after Divorce.

Your health is your most important asset! Taking the proper steps to insure that you are covered by medical insurance after your divorce will help protect you. If you were covered under your spouse’s employer, once the divorce is final you will need to obtain health insurance for yourself. It ismost important that there is […]

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L is for Late Life Divorce.

  Women facing a divorce after the age of fifty tend to experience different problems than those divorced in their early years. However, the good news is that for many reasons, an older divorced female can fare much better than the divorced male. One of the main reasons for this phenomenon is that in most […]

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J is for Financial Planning after a Job Loss.

Losing a job can be devastating news, but not having a financial plan in place can only make matters worse. Chances are, finding a new job in today’s economy may take some time. This is why it is important to take a moment to strategize your finances. You can start by realistically accessing your situation. Calculate […]

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