Nikki & Ben, authors of Our Happy Divorce, fell in love, got married, had a son, grew distant, and got divorced…but THEN they came together even better.
Divorce involves a lot of information, communication, and emotion. You don’t get many choices, but there is one thing you can control!
When you start a divorce, it feels like it’s the worst thing in your life, but through the recovery, you can see that it’s the best thing in your life.
Michelle Smith, the creator of Wife2CFO & CDFA, teaches us that a post-divorce budget should be 50% needs, 30% wants, & 20% debt reduction/savings.
Real estate attorney Jill Sodafsky says to know where you stand and what your options are when it comes to your home while going through a divorce!
Becoming who you are “meant to be” is a journey. Karen was meant to be Mrs. Karen Stanley, after divorce, self-growth, and then her life partner appeared.
Susan Guthrie, a leader in the mission to normalize divorce, shares her personal story. An attorney by day and at night preparing for her own divorce.
Abby, a mediator & divorce coach, used writing to help her uncover her feelings about her divorce, a new marriage, and blending families.
Will I find love again? How do I handle a Disney Dad or Mom? Advice about co-parenting when kids are in two homes? We answer your questions.
Matchmaking sounds easy, but it’s not. Love Coach, Julianne breaks down the myths and explains why it’s important to manage dating expectations.
Are you an influencer? Do you “WOO?” (Win Others Over?) Dan helps you identify your relationship strengths for yourself & any relationship you take on.
Despite a terrible and stressful marriage, Kristie stayed true to her skills of listening and encouraging others while starting her fitness business.
When looking for a job Jen suggests tapping into your skills and being true and authentic will help, even if you stayed home raising kids or had a job.
When blending families, be realistic. It’s going to be challenging for many reasons. Jenn says if you want post-divorce family success, be ready to work.
Financial landmines are everywhere during divorce. My Divorce Solution can help you prepare your financial info and hopefully avoid the pitfalls.
Margaret Josephs, known for her role in Bravo’s Real Housewives of NJ, talks about family, business, and how she has personally pivoted and moved forward.
Celebrity divorce attorney for Kanye West & others is very insightful in what to look out for, how to keep cool, and gives us celebrity divorce insight.
Dating profiles are overwhelming, where do you begin? Alyssa Dineen, Style Your Profile, created a template to help you. Think Mad Libs meets dating apps.
A child of divorce and divorced mom herself, Michelle Dempsey has created a platform to help others navigate divorce with empathy and actionable steps.
Relationship expert, Susan Winter, shares her tips to handle and enjoy your first date after your divorce. This is a scary and exciting time!
Have you been tested for COVID? When was your last STI / STD test? Do you use condoms? Susan Winter helps you ask these questions with confidence.
You are NOT a whore if you want to have sex, catfishing, and chemistry matters. Those are some of the topics we talk about with sex therapist, Carli.
Covid created a shift that affected kids of divorce, co-parenting, and child support because some parents moved to different states. How do you navigate?
Self-Discovery anyone? Gabrielle Stone shares her journey of shock from divorce, relationships only she understood, and a solo journey that healed her.#FML
Mindset is critical & decisions shouldn’t be emotional. Attorneys from My Happy Divorce guide us through pitfalls that men & women make in their divorces.
Single in a home? Timisha, Toolbox Divas, teaches us what we must know when managing a home ourselves, how to fix things, and how to DIY!
Divorce is hard, and with kids, there are added complications. Check out these tips from T.H. & Jess before you sign that divorce agreement!
Simple tips to help you manage difficult occasions, first-time events (post-divorce), and the new life ahead of you – while handling the collateral damage.
Everything sex that you wanted to know, but may have been afraid to ask. Being single again you have a chance to do, and experience, things differently!
Boundaries, methods of communication, who works for you, billing, etc, etc, etc. There are so many things to know before you begin!
You’re getting a divorce. Your kids are going to ask questions. How you answer is up to you, but here are some tips from our ExExperts!
Focus on what’s most important; the kids. Easier said than done, but there are some practical ways to stay on track for everyone’s benefit,including yours.
Estate planning is an important consideration after divorce or any major life change, no matter your age. Get your estate plan up-to-date!
How do you know if it’s real or rebound? We’re all for getting out there – living and loving life… but keep a handle on reality too.
When thinking about divorce you may believe the first or only option is to find the right attorney. But what do the other options look like?
Marriage counseling isn’t always about saving a marriage. It can also be about realizing you can’t and communicating that with your spouse in a safe space.
Can Yoga, nutrition, and Reiki change your life? Thara Natalie, our Head Wellness Warrior, teaches how this Trifecta of Success can help you unload baggage
Co-parenting is made easy(ish) with Fiona Kong’s ingenious Home Sweet Home Journal to help kids transition easier between households.
Social media during your divorce negotiations could compromise your options. On the other hand, it’s also a way to investigate your ex, but be careful!
These are the most frequently asked questions about retirement post-divorce. Know your money, your options, and how to be financially secure!
A man’s perspective is important in divorce. John and James and many men need support in healing post-divorce as much as women do.
Two sets of rules, homes and parenting styles – Jen Gallagher shares her tips and tricks for how to transition kids between two households.
Divorce litigation can be complicated, very expensive, and emotional. If you can keep your eyes on the end-game, you can avoid some of the waste.
Litigation is worst case scenario with divorce, however, if you are heading in that direction, you need to be prepared and Ruth Kim answers our questions.
Domestic abuse, financial abuse, emotional abuse, it’s all abuse and it is not always physical. Learn how you can get help and how you can help others.
T.H. & Jess learn about the types of programs and support people might find at a shelter when escaping an abusive marriage.
How to forgive my ex, isn’t really the question you need to be answered. Forgiveness after divorce has a lot less to do with your ex than you might think.
Everyone dreads creating a dating profile – author and expert Alyssa Dineen gives us dating tools so you can find someone who is right for you!
T.H. & Jess talk about “My Unorthodox Life” and how Julia Haart shows women everywhere, including us, that we can start a new life after divorce!
For anyone divorcing with kids, custody and parenting are the most important topics. Our expert shares how to make the process as painless as possible.
Banana Splits was created to support kids going through a family divorce. YOU can bring this program to your school, Dr. Raymond tells you how.
Getting a new job after divorce can be scary. Learn how to land your post-divorce job, even if it’s been YEARS or the paid working world is new to you.
Finances after divorce, especially if you didn’t handle the money before, can be overwhelming; but there are apps that can help you save and even invest!
“We Met At Acme” is a popular go-to resource for all of your dating questions, Lindsey Metselaar answers our divorce and dating questions.
Kate Anthony, explains the ins and outs of divorce coaching. As a Certified Divorce Coach she can actually help simplify your divorce.
Are you a “sentimental stockpiler” or a “trasher?” T.H. & Jess talk about what they keep and what they don’t keep when they move and why.
Know why your credit score can affect your future purchases, loans and financial status. Learn your credit score, so you can have financial independence.
Anger and emotion, especially during a divorce, make it difficult to reach the outcome you want. Jen coaches you on how to help yourself and your divorce.
Looking in the mirror is hard after divorce. Understanding your relationships with yourself, taking time for self-care is important for your growth.
We’re talking about how divorce impacts your harmony at home, decluttering during divorce, and all things home organization.
What is forensic accounting for divorce and why do I need one? Meet a regular Sherlock Holmes of accounting to tell you where the money is!
You don’t have to be rich to estate plan! Plan for your future, your health and make sure your beneficiaries are lined up as you want them.
How and when to tell your child you’re getting divorced? What to say? How much detail to share? Here’s what to say (and not say) from a child of divorce.
High-conflict custody divorce is all about two parents not agreeing on what’s best for their children, making the divorce contentious and expensive.
Not seeing eye-to-eye about how to handle Covid protocols is even more challenging when co-parenting. How can you handle it all and not lose your shit?