The only way that women will become more empowered in this world is by becoming financially independent. We are inundated these days on social media with tips about selfcare and constant posts about the importance of it in our lives.
Divorcing a narcissist is often extremely stressful and brings its own set of challenges to the process. In order to preserve your own sanity , it is important to understand how the narcissist thinks. The following tips will help you develop an effective divorce strategy, minimize your trauma and help keep your legal costs down.
When you have children and you find yourself single again, dating can be very complicated. Not only do you have the challenge of finding someone worthy of dating, but you have more constraints on your time, potential childcare issues, and then the complex issue of what your children should know and who they should meet. The following are some general tips that I have acquired through my own experience and the experience of clients.
In this world of "coffee meets", "hanging out", and "Netflix and chill", do people even go on real dates anymore? As someone who longs for some of the old style courtship, I am starting to think that "real dates" are becoming an endangered species. While I have certainly met some wonderful gentlemen who know how to properly court a woman and take her out for a wonderful evening, for every man like that, there are dozens who just want to hang out. I am sure that there are many men finding the same thing about women, so my comments in this blog are aimed at both genders.
I recently posted a meme with the title of this blog on my social media and was very surprised at the response, mostly from men, who seemed to take exception to the content of the meme. The point of my post wasn't to attack men, it was to highlight this modern day problem that has arisen among both men AND women. Everyone is so busy searching for "the one", they overlook the very special person who may be right in front of them.
The holiday season is always a tough time during a divorce and for the first few years after. It serves as a reminder of happier family times, and also puts enormous stress on divorcing parents who feel pressure to maintain the status quo while their whole world may be falling apart. While there is no magical solution to cure the holiday blues, here are some tips to make the season a little bit easier:
Just like with the seasons, change is inevitable. For any relationship to last long-term, partners need to be adaptable and committed to adjusting to life's changing seasons. With the holidays coming next month, and the increased opportunity for family time, November is a great time to reflect on our relationships, and make sure we are adjusting with the times to weather the future together as a team.