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    Ready to Date After Divorce? A Checklist

    by Lisa Arends • Jul 28, 2020

    Before diving into a new relationship following a divorce, make sure you are emotionally prepared to invest the time and energy, and can rely on the counsel of a friend or therapist should you feel the need.

    Practices for a Happy Future After Divorce

    by Laura Bonarrigo • Jul 23, 2020

    Moving on after divorce includes investing in your health and wellbeing, both physically and mentally, through practicing daily rituals designed to help you learn, heal, and ultimately grow.

    Healing Past Hurts Following Divorce

    by Patty Blue Hayes • Jul 21, 2020

    In order to heal past hurts, it may become necessary to explore old wounds and fully process the lingering emotions evoked by recollecting them.

    How to Move On After Divorce

    by Patty Blue Hayes • Jul 16, 2020

    Moving on following a divorce may take some time, but the process begins by setting new intentions and attempting to break old habits en route to a more positive outlook on life.

    It’s Really Over: 7 Steps Toward Acceptance

    by Betty Russell • Jul 14, 2020

    Moving from the denial to acceptance stage following the end of a relationship can be a tricky endeavor, and will likely be a lengthy process as you attempt to work through the emotions in play.

    Excuses from a Cheater and What They Really Mean

    by Lisa Arends • Jul 10, 2020

    A cheating spouse will often resort to a series of excuses, from projecting blame to reflecting on reasons for the infidelity, words which should be examined for their underlying significance.

    When Your Partner Financially Cheats on You

    by Tayne Law Group, P.C. • Jul 08, 2020

    Financial infidelity can lead to feelings of mistrust in a relationship, necessitating that both parties examine the larger issues at hand and map out a mutual plan of recovery.

    Tips to Survive Infidelity as the Cheater

    by Laura Bonarrigo • Jul 06, 2020

    Surviving infidelity is a difficult journey, especially as the cheater in the relationship, and takes a great deal of time and self-analysis in order to rebuild trust, gain self-respect, and begin to once again thrive in life.

    Breaking the Single Mom Stereotype

    by Audrey Cade • Jul 02, 2020

    Many unfounded stereotypes exist with regard to single mothers, ranging from a perception of increased promiscuity to a lack of education or desire to work, each of which has been disproven by a number of statistics.

    Considerations for Fathers Who Want Custody

    by Stacey Freeman • Jun 30, 2020

    Fathers who wish to pursue custody should consider what is in their children's best interests, taking into account factors such as work schedules and the degree of quality time which can be devoted to the children.

    Items to Tackle Your First Year of Divorce

    by Laura Lifshitz • Jun 26, 2020

    Your first year post-divorce is a crucial time to tackle some bucket-list items, on the road to embracing your newfound single lifestyle and future goals and aspirations.

    Moving on After an Abusive Relationship

    by DivorceForce • Jun 24, 2020

    DivorceForce talks with contributing writer Marina Sbrochi as she explains the steps she took to extract herself from an abusive relationship and channel that experience into helping to guide others to do the same.

    Dating After Divorce: Questions to Never Ask

    by Gregory C. Frank, Founder & CEO, DivorceForce • Jun 22, 2020

    When venturing into the world of dating following a divorce, it's important to focus on the present and those things you're looking for in a future relationship.

    Summer Heartaches of Divorce You Can Get Over

    by Laura Lifshitz • Jun 19, 2020

    Summertime can be especially difficult for those dealing with a recent divorce, and so it's important to be proactive in making plans, joining support groups, and adjusting to life on your own during this period.

    How to Get Over the Hurt of an Affair

    by DivorceForce • Jun 17, 2020

    When attempting to move on following an affair, it's important to avoid playing the blame game as you learn to rediscover yourself and process the complicated emotions which may arise as you determine next steps.

    ProConnect Success Stories: Helping Small Business Owners During COVID

    by Bud Clarke, Esq., Partner/VP Finance, Corporate Capital Direct • Jun 15, 2020

    Through a partnership with ProConnect member Corporate Capital Direct, DivorceForce was recently able to help small business owners procure PPP loans in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    My Summer of Zero Dates

    by Laura Lifshitz • Jun 12, 2020

    There are times when it's vital to take stock of your relationships and reevaluate how you would like to spend your time, and with whom, to avoid the pitfall of going through the motions.

    Up for Renewal

    by Randi Levin • Jun 10, 2020

    By viewing marriage as a business contract with a renewal date, both parties may be more likely to put consistent effort into making the relationship work as it evolves over time.

    Relationship Redux

    by Brigitte Schmidt Bell, P.C. • Jun 08, 2020

    To alleviate undue strain on a relationship, it's crucial to engage in constructive communication in order to determine mutually acceptable next steps suitable to your unique circumstances.

    Does Your Religion Affect Your Divorce?

    by Dr. Kristin Davin • Jun 05, 2020

    Religious conviction can leave some individuals questioning their faith when confronted with the prospect of divorce, even viewing such an action as a sin, and often encourages them to reexamine their relationship with God in the process.