divorce

Divorce isn't an end; it's a different beginning.

  • Michael Hanson-Metayer
    Published 3 days ago
    9 Year Later, And Still Not Over It

    9 Year Later, And Still Not Over It

    The wrench and anguish of an abruptly dissolved relationship can be enough to cause many people to crumple up into a ball and hide for months from the world, others it can make explode into fits of rage of rage and violence, others still have this chronic compulsion to find a new relationship as soon as their old one ends. All are relatively normal ways to deal with the death of a a particular relationship. In the case of a divorce, that relationship carries many additional complications often including kids and assets and child support and alimony, dividing up of shared friend groups and dividing up personal items, finding a new place to live, learning to acknowledge the failures that lead to divorce, and gaining a certain stigma, even if it is self impose. Being married young and filing divorce within 4 years leaves a lot of life to live out as a failure in love.
  • Katelyn Doner
    Published 8 days ago
    Crashes of Heartache

    Crashes of Heartache

    The blue waves crashed against the rocks, clapping together as the droplets hit the air. The grey bluish sky overlooked the calming beach. The air crisp with the smell of fresh salt water. His coffee steaming out of the brim of the paper cup. His mind wandering as he stares at the papers sitting upon his lap. Petition for divorce. Here he was an unemployed writing professor who had three successful books at one time, sitting on the beach staring at these papers. Here they sat mocking him. Only married five years and she was already done with him. She was just like everyone else in his life, they didn't just walk away they ran away. He pushed them away, every single one of them. Pushed them to the breaking point and beyond.
  • Alexa Rose
    Published 10 days ago
    Modern Day Witch Trial

    Modern Day Witch Trial

    No, there aren't witch trails anymore- at least not in the sense you're likely thinking. The Salem witch trials, a dark series of hearings and prosecutions ended in the 17th century. Majority of people now see the hearings for what they were, mostly preposterous and fanatical with severe lapse in due process.
  • Nancy Ahuja
    Published 17 days ago
    For Main Available Options For Divorce ?

    For Main Available Options For Divorce ?

    Marriages are not the same, and this is the same case with divorce. If you’re contemplating getting a divorce in Ontario, you have several options on how you may proceed. There is no way to get divorced, and no matter how your divorce is, you will consume time and money. The main issue is how both of you can avoid unnecessary issues such as grief or anger to come up with the right decisions of the tough transition. But you also need to know the pros and cons of each to make a sound decision. Once you and your spouse understand the options you may have and their benefits, it becomes easy to divorce.
  • Chloe Baier
    Published 26 days ago
    My Inconvenient Truth

    My Inconvenient Truth

    I had an inkling of an idea, but I didn’t quite anticipate the pain that would flood my body when I came home to a near empty home without him in it…
  • Jessica Mari Rhodes
    Published about a month ago
    Why not?  Getting to Know Me.
  • Mo A.
    Published about a month ago
    A letter to my ex's mistress - Part 1
  • Deborah Alice
    Published about a month ago
    How To Run a Marriage into the Ground

    How To Run a Marriage into the Ground

    To begin, you need to set a good, strong base for failure. Take absolutely no psychological inventory from this point forward. Go on and bring all that baggage right up, just beneath the surface. Make sure any tears produced upon reminiscing on childhood are ignored or extinguished by laugher. Do not work on your relationship with your father. Don't work on forgiving your family for any past misunderstandings. You're going to need all of these unraveled ends and gaping wounds to hastily construct something resembling affection in your romantic relationships.
  • Lisa Staires
    Published about a month ago
    Poisoned

    Poisoned

    I feel drugged by the lies that have been pushed down my throat. Forced to obey and adhere to the lies of a corrupt lover. Poisoned by your words. Your sweet nothings that actually meant nothing at all. You just wanted me under your thumb, you just wanted control. You thought I would never walk away. You thought I would never leave because I was so in love with you. I'm surprised you didn't use the children in your quest to keep me with the lies you told me.
  • Madison Mackenzie
    Published 2 months ago
    Sanctuary City

    Sanctuary City

    I often forget the fact that I’m still married to an illegal immigrant, or maybe I block it out. The events of the summer of 2018 seem so far away in time and space; it all seems like a fever dream to me now. The only thing that proves this was all real is my legal status: a married woman. I let myself get so detached from this episode in my life, I only remembered when I had to check that box on my taxes. Only then, I thought to myself, “wow, I should really do something about this”.
  • Brandi Payne
    Published 3 months ago
    Marriage VS Divorce

    Marriage VS Divorce

    Let’s talk about divorce for a minute. It is never easy for both parties involved especially the children in the marriage. Most of the time the children begin to think it is their fault somehow and then their life spirals out of control for a moment. T least until the parents reassure them that they had nothing to do with it. I am the child of a broken marriage and when my parents split it was devastating to me and my sister.
  • Amanjoat Ruprai
    Published 3 months ago
    My ex marriage