I have an immense amount of experience helping individuals and couples make it through the divorce process. You want to lay the groundwork for a new, strong relationship while you're in a "good place" emotionally, psychologically and perhaps even financially, too.
More than likely, the answer is "yes."• If you haven't started your divorce process, then it's important that you know what the road ahead looks like -- so you can prepare yourself and focus on the outcome you want.
You also need to be aware that the process can be time consuming and, at times, exhaustive and difficult.
After all, even the most amicable divorce is still a divorce, and it's human nature to feel angry, sad and disappointed -- and sometimes, all three at the same time.
With divorce rates what they are, the chances of you falling for a divorcee are getting higher and higher.
There’s been a surge of people that married in their early twenties, when that was the trend, realized in their forties they didn’t know who their partner was, or who they even were themselves, divorced, and are now looking for a new, more informed type of love. He comes with the experience, but also the pain, of a married man.
Let's start with the bad news: You're on the road to divorce.But the good news is that romance, love and, yes, even marriage doesn't need to end with divorce.In fact, a survey of 2,000 newly divorced people found that nearly 50 percent of divorced men were eager to get remarried, and 20 percent of divorced women were hoping to repeat their trip down the aisle.That's inspiring news for everyone hoping to be hit by Cupid's arrow once again.While it may indeed be true that "all's fair in love," a little common sense doesn't hurt either.And while I'd never want to throw cold water on a budding romance, I have some words of wisdom that I'd like to share.