In 2013, Sheryl Sandberg - the CEO of Facebook and author of "Lean In" (if you haven't read it, I really recommend you do) gave a speech to a class of school students graduating high school and asked them "what would you do if you weren't afraid?" An … [Read more...] about What would you do if you weren’t afraid?
Divorce Is Not A Scary Word
In case you didn't know - we are getting very close to the international day of love... Valentines Day. Being single doesn't automatically mean you will feel sad and lonely. In fact, if you are like me, you're probably not a huge fan of the day single … [Read more...] about 5 things to do on Valentines Day when you are separated.
Step one: Call and schedule an appointment. You have made the big decision to end your relationship. You can get advice even before you communicate that decision to your spouse so you know where you stand and what your options are. Your appointment is … [Read more...] about 3 things to do when you decide to separate.
I know this is not the direction you imagined your life taking, and you didn’t wish this for your children or your ex-. But here you are. You are a good person, a good parent and your ex- probably is too. But somewhere along the way, things … [Read more...] about How to survive your divorce. And yes, you will survive and thrive.
It might seem strange to be writing about a marriage and relationships and what makes them work on a divorce blog... however, did you know that one of the things I ask all my client's is whether there is a chance for reconciliation? I have, in the past, … [Read more...] about Money and love are not the same thing.
I know this can be a stressful time of year, particularly if it is the first Christmas since you separated. You just haven’t had the energy to approach your ex and discuss whether the current arrangements you have in place will work over the holiday … [Read more...] about 7 simple ways to enjoy Christmas after separation.
"I just need you to witness my signature on a financial agreement, it will only take 5 minutes". In recent weeks, I have had quite a few conversations about financial agreements that start this way.. … [Read more...] about Should you have a financial agreement?
As I sat down at my computer trying to be grateful that our dishwasher repair-man has taken our dishwasher away (again) to fix it (again) when he said it was a 15 minute, in-house job, I discovered that today is “World Gratitude Day”. And I started … [Read more...] about 12 reasons to be grateful for your divorce.