divorce

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

  • Brooklyn M.
    Published 3 years ago
    The Art of Getting By

    The Art of Getting By

    I do not have a monopoly on suffering.
  • Susan McCord
    Published 3 years ago
    Dating Advice: Are You Too Judgmental or Too Picky?

    Dating Advice: Are You Too Judgmental or Too Picky?

    How would you describe yourself in 3 sentences?
  • Halliday Nelson
    Published 3 years ago
    Beginning Again

    Beginning Again

    My life has taken a drastic turn. That was not something I was expecting to happen again at the age of 28. For the past few years, I lived as a stay-at-home wife and mother. Now, my marriage is ending, and not by my choice. I've moved out of the home I shared with my husband, and I only have my young daughter half of the time.
  • Susan McCord
    Published 3 years ago
    Relationship Advice: Helping Women Get Over a Breakup Faster

    Relationship Advice: Helping Women Get Over a Breakup Faster

    In the video above Dear Sybersue discusses a topic that many women write to her about. They want to know how to get over a breakup a lot faster. Their self-esteem takes a beating and they can't seem to move on and feel good about themselves.
  • Rachel Thompson
    Published 3 years ago
    Running Away is Okay — As Long As We Come Back

    Running Away is Okay — As Long As We Come Back

    Remember that 80s song 'and I ran, I ran so far away,' from A Flock of Seagulls? If you lived through the 80s, you couldn’t get away from it. I loved that song, even when I couldn’t stand it anymore. It resonated with me on a deep level, one I wouldn’t understand for many, many years. Decades, even.
  • Liz LaPoint
    Published 3 years ago
    Misleading Sex and Relationship Advice Memes

    Misleading Sex and Relationship Advice Memes

    “Sexual compatibility is a learned behavior in marriage, not something you can ‘test’ for.” I wish that this meme was true. There are several reasons it’s not. Where should I start?
  • Susan McCord
    Published 3 years ago
    Am I Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places?

    Am I Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places?

    It is sad how many men and women complain about the difficulties they have enjoying a successful dating life. Both sexes must learn how to open up and talk to each other without initial harsh judgment or sabotage due to their own subconscious insecurities.
  • Claire Raymond
    Published 3 years ago
    Why Do Some People Marry Murderers?
  • Liz LaPoint
    Published 3 years ago
    The "Opposite" Sex?

    The "Opposite" Sex?

    As I sit at my desk, sipping on a soy chai tea latte and preparing to write, I find myself thinking about all the people who believe the term feminism should be replaced with a word that's less divisive. Frankly, whichever word we use to define the belief that women should not be oppressed is going to be fraught with negative connotations, put there by people seeking to undermine the movement's progress and by "feminists" who misrepresent the point of the movement by saying crazy things like "all sex is rape." Which led me to thinking about another term I do believe should be removed from our vernacular: The Opposite Sex. We should replace it with “The Other Sex.” The former denotes a warring situation; we oppose each other. The latter denotes an egalitarian relation; it says we are peers, not foes.
  • Mayapee Chowdhury
    Published 3 years ago
    Settled Status
  • George Gott
    Published 3 years ago
    Inspiring Books To Read If You’ve Been Cheated On

    Inspiring Books To Read If You’ve Been Cheated On

    Only someone who's experienced being cheated on knows the pain that runs through the body and in your head. Real heartbreak makes you feel like the air has been sucked out of you and the only position your body can gather is a ball on the floor. The pain changes you. Being cheated on is the ultimate betrayal with pain that lingers for years. Like a broken bone, it heals over time, but the scars of it will never fade. Throughout life, you are reminded of the betrayal every time you open your heart up to others and every time you think of the traitors who broke your trust. Dealing with the feelings of being cheated on can be one of the most daunting things a person can go through, but there is always light at the end. Hearing solid advice and reading about other's experiences through written word can help start the healing process. Below are some of the best books to read if you’ve been cheated on. They can help you begin to sort out the complex feelings faced after or during being cheated on. You can (and will) get over the pain.
  • Susan McCord
    Published 3 years ago
    Important Things to Think about During a Divorce or Relationship Breakup

    Important Things to Think about During a Divorce or Relationship Breakup

    Dealing with a breakup of a marriage or long term relationship will always be a very hurtful time but it doesn’t mean you are a failure or your life is over. There are thousands of people in the same situation but the good news is; there is someone special out there for you when you are ready to receive them.