Stay positive, embrace the adventure, expect a few disappointments, and see your life as an unfolding story, one that will be worth telling. Keep an open mind, take a few deeps breaths, and go easy on yourself.
If you realize, mid-date, that you’re not ready to date, you can give yourself more time before pursuing anything further.
Don't talk to your children about your problems, they have their own divorce issues to deal with.
A trusted friend and confidant will be priceless when it comes to coping during divorce.
Below are seven tips that will help you feel encouraged instead of discouraged.
The one thing you are going to feel the need for is communication.
Find a friend, one who gives good advice, can be objective and is willing to let you know if your actions are doing you harm.
Still, it can be intimidating to re-enter the world of dating.
Need a little encouragement before you take that plunge? It sounds like trite advice, but it’s worth following: Don’t date until you’re ready to date. If you’re serious about finding love again, make sure you understand where you are in the healing process.
Let's face it, it takes two to make a marriage and two to destroy a marriage.
Sure, he/she may have played a larger role in the destruction of the marriage, what you should focus on is coming to terms with the role you played.