Marriage is a beautiful thing. It’s good not only for the physical and mental well-being of the couple, but also for their children. However, based on American Psychological Association reports, up to 50% of married couples end up filing for divorce. The rate is even higher for subsequent marriages. Coping with divorce is never a child’s play. While dealing with all the pain and grief, you want to make sure you’re heading towards the right direction. To do this, you need all the help you can get. Denmon Pearlman asked for advice from me and 29 other experts on how to deal with your divorce.
My advice was to “stop, slow down and focus on you. Don’t get into another band-aid relationship. Take time to get to know you again. Reconnect with hobbies and activities that make you happy.” Be sure to read the full article and find out what all the experts have to say.