5 Divorce Mistakes That Can Cost You Lots of Money… and Sleep

Whoosh! That’s the sound of money from divorce mistakes flying out of your wallet. You chase after it, but never seem to catch up… You’re doing everything you think you’re supposed to, but nothing is working. Your accounts seem to become self-draining, and you can’t seem to stop the leaks. You wonder what you’re doing wrong…  and why this has become so complicated. Chasing your money, running from meeting to meeting… And your emotions are all over the place, like your money. You’re frantic about your future because it seems everything is unknown. Then… suddenly at 3 am… in a panic… you wake up. It was all a bad dream…… Read More

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The Simple Answer To Overcoming Your Divorce Fears

For 15 years I have spoken with many women who have been facing divorce fears – all ages, and with varied income levels and family sizes. Throughout it all there has been one common denominator. In some cases it related to finances, in others it related to children, and of course many related to the emotional aspects of the divorce itself. I say related, because this one common denominator was not related to the divorce process itself. Almost every single individual had major concerns that circled the question “How am I going to survive AFTER the divorce?” This is not “rocket science.” You see it every day with men as… Read More

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Reduce Stress and Relax

DISCOVER YOUR IDEAL DIVORCE MINDSET   Did you know that both the financial and lifestyle outcome of your divorce and your resulting frame of mind is all based on your divorce mindset, and your emotions during the process? If not handled properly, it can break you to a point where you experience both the financial and the emotional divorce devastation for a long time after it’s all over. From what I’ve seen, most people don’t realize that there are actually two ways to approach divorce. One will break you, and the other will bring you smoothly to the life that awaits you. You have choices, but because you likely feel somewhat… Read More

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Don’t Let Divorce Wreck Your Thanksgiving

With Thanksgiving coming up in a few short weeks, many of us can’t help but focus on the negatives that we may be facing right after the holidays and further into the future, especially when considering divorce. There is no doubt that all of us, no matter the circumstances, will have bumps in the road. So how can you get past these dark thoughts, at least for now? Every year at this time for the past 10 or 12 years my daughter and I have spent a few hours helping out at our local food pantry. We help them prepare for both Thanksgiving and Christmas.   It’s an overall massive… Read More

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Become Confident As You Prepare For Divorce

What Does it Mean to be C-O-N-F-I-D-E-N-T? Confidence comes from feelings of well-being, acceptance of your body and mind (self-esteem), and belief in your own ability, skills and experience. People who are confident share the following important characteristics: C – CAPABLE Confident people are capable.   They know they are good enough, competent, and can handle life’s situations. Admitting you are capable also means knowing that if you cannot handle a situation completely on your own, you can find out where to get the necessary help, information, or skill. Knowing you are your greatest resource protects you from stress. Believing you are capable means that whatever the task, you will handle… Read More

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