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- Books on Assertiveness and Self Esteem
- On-and-off relationships take a mental toll
- Best Episodes of Breakup Recovery Podcast
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I've been doing my best to pay it off. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Their book is available on Amazon and features the marital autopsy, developed by Elaine Foster based on the 24 factors that are most often found in divorcing couples. Have you ever met anyone who said their divorce was easy? The legal process may be easy for some but the emotional process of ending a marriage is challenging for virtually everyone.
People often describe it as the hardest life experience they've faced. Getting divorced has a way of bringing out the worst in the best of us.
On-and-off relationships take a mental toll
It shakes your confidence, your self-esteem and fills you with self-doubts and fears of not being enough - not good enough, not smart enough, not attractive enough, not capable enough These are self-limiting beliefs and they hold us back from rebuilding our lives after divorce and from living life to our potential.
The solution starts with self-love and compassion. Attorney turned life-coach Sunny McMillan says that while the mainstream may see this as fluffy and self-indulgent, she believes they are the cornerstone to divorce recovery and coming out on the other side whole. Listen in to Mandy's and Sunny's Conversation as they chat about why most people struggle with self-love and how you can change that. You can download a copy of Sunny's book for free at Unhitchedbook.
Find a synopsis of this show about learning to love yourself after divorce and more divorce support at Mandy's blog, SinceMyDivorce. Surviving Wedding Season After Divorce. It doesn't matter who it is, best-friend, niece, cousin Can you say no to wedding invites? Can you go solo, even before you and your spouse have gone public? Who else can you take as a plus one? How do you handle those awkward questions from extended family members?
Best Episodes of Breakup Recovery Podcast
Pettus says weddings are the perfect opportunity to push yourself out of your comfort zone and to start exploring the next phase of your life and she has plenty of suggestions for keeping them fun. Check out Mandy's Since My Divorce blog for a synopsis of the show. Regardless of how civil or amicable you want your divorce to be, disagreements are inevitable. Knowing how to calm anger in divorce could be your key to resolving these disagreements and staying out of the courtroom. When you're negotiating over the division of assets and how to parent together, and the hurt and pain are fresh and raw, it's hard to approach this simply as a business negotiation.
It's easy to let all the past history bubble up into angry outbursts. Those angry exchanges can continue long after the divorce is final when you're parenting together. Are there things you can do to calm your SBTX's anger? If you're uncomfortable around anger, is it possible to stop yourself from walking away, withdrawing?
What if it's you who's angry? Is it healthy to get angry? How can you stop yourself from directing your anger at other people? Doug coaches people as diverse as Fortune company executives and inmates in maximum security prisons. One, typically, courts have no jurisdiction over this and there is no requirement for parents to pay for their child's college education so many lawyers recommend leaving it out of the divorce agreement.
Two, when getting everything else resolved has taken so much time and effort, who has the energy to discuss something that isn't required? That could be a big mistake and at the very least, financial aid expert Paula Bishop says couples need to agree to meet and discuss financial aid before their child starts the application process. Not doing so, could make the cost of attending college significantly more for your child. Listen in to this Conversation to learn the key points about financial aid including how to determine who is the custodial parent and the difference this makes.
Paula offers some key resources for how to pay for college without going broke at her website. You'll find a synopsis of the show at Mandy's blog, Since My Divorce. Nobody likes to think their spouse is lying to them but if you're getting divorced, the chances that they are not being entirely truthful increases and you need to be alert to that possibility. Accepting everything they say as fact could hurt you. If you've always believed your spouse, how to do start to detect the lies? What are the telltale signs the experts watch for? Joining Mandy for this Conversation is body language expert, Traci Brown.
You can find a synopsis of this show at Mandy's blog, SinceMyDivorce.
Keeping Your Divorce Civil. Most people don't want a litigated divorce. They want a civil divorce. No one wants the nastiness and expense of a courtroom battle and no one wants long, drawn out negotiations that keep you locked in a state of limbo for months. The good news is that you can have a civil divorce and the key to that is being emotionally prepared to choose that path. It's not easy. Joining Mandy for this Conversation to chat about how you can choose a civil divorce is Sally Boyle, a certified finanical planner and certified divorce financial analyst.
You can find a synopsis of the show at Mandy's blog Since My Divorce. Whether you like the term or not, gray divorce is real and the rate for midlife divorces in the U. Most of the time, the kids are adults or in college so the absence of parenting issues can make the divorce easier. Conversely, there may be more assets that need to be divided and this makes these divorces more complex.
What is clear, is that midlife splits are not easy or straight-forward and men and women experience these divorces very differently. Listen in to discover what drives these divorces, the social penatly that men often pay and the financial challenges women have to overcome. You can find a synopsis of the show at Mandy's blog, Since My Divorce. Handling Debts In Divorce.
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Nobody likes to talk about their debts and it's often the hardest part of negotiations in divorce. Too often, one spouse didn't realize the extent of the debt or perhaps there's always been conflct because one party is a spender and the other is a saver. Perhaps both spouses knew about the debt but didn't really pay attention to it because, well, life was grand, the money was coming in, and borrowing for a second car or a vacation was part of the plan. It was all going to work out.
But then it doesn't work out and divorce happens. That means you have to confront reality. Can the debt be paid off?
For the Non-Initiator
Who should take which debts? Who can afford to pay back the debt? How all that happens depends on circumstances for the debt in the first place and the type of debt it is - credit card debt is different from car loan debt is different from k debt is different from student loan debt. You get the picture? But you don't have to figure it yourself!
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Joining Mandy for this Conversation is financial guru, Lili Vasileff. Sounding complicated? You'll find a handy synopsis over at Mandy's blog, Since My Divorce. Navigating Compensation Complexities In Divorce. Compensation issues in divorce may be more common than you would expect. They often come up in connection with spousal support or alimony and when it comes to things like stock options and deferred compensation arrangements, the division of marital assets is impacted.
So if you're the divorcing spouse what are you supposed to do?
How will you figure this out and how will you handle it them in your divorce? It might be tempting to ignore them or accept your STBX's position that they have no current value but that's not the answer. Do that and you'll likely end up with a divorce agreement you'll later regret or second guess. In this Conversation, we're going to tackle some of the more common challenges and help you identify the questions you need to ask.