Divorced? Survive and Thrive After Divorce Boot Camp for Men and Women

Divorced? Survive and Thrive After Divorce Boot Camp for Men and Women As a Divorce Mentor and CEO of the National Association of Divorce for Women and Children, I hear many of the following questions from my clients after divorce... "Now what?, Will I ever get my life back?, Will I ever be happy again?". Unfortunately, there isn't a step-by-step manual to answer these questions and to help you get back on track after your divorce. We can only wish. Wish no more. That's why as a corporate trainer Read more [...]

Your Estate, Chattel and Children

     Recently, I've covered some pretty grounding topics, namely death, your estate, children and money; today it’s time to blend these in the same tip. The time period between splitting up and getting the ball-of-divorce rolling can be a little grey in respect of your worth following an untimely demise, despite the fact that you might think once you’re living independently from your ex, what’s yours really is yours. If you have children, it is unsurprisingly layered in even more Read more [...]

Hold Onto Your Karmic Thoughts

  When your very soul is being raked across the blades from the scathing mill of divorce and your ex is being thoroughly horrid and behaving completely unjust towards you, try to hold onto karmic thoughts to help you get through it. Many think of karma as the cosmic principle of rewards and punishments for acts performed; in other words, you eventually reap what you sow. Some might say it’s not particularly big or clever to revel in such revenge, but believe me when I tell you, it is unquestionably Read more [...]

Kale Chips

If you check out any kind of selection of foods bought by its nutrient density, you will certainly consistently view Kale covering the listing. With its incredibly high quantity of vitamins K, A, and C, and over 45 different flavonoids, Kale is a must food. Research is showing the health benefits of including Kale in your diet include: Antioxidant properties Anti-inflammatory advantages Anti-Cancer qualities A great way to introduce your family to the flavor of Kale, is to make Kale chips.  Read more [...]

What to do on D

  There’s a growing trend in the US for divorce parties and they seem to be catching on and gathering strength in the UK too. Whilst I understand the significance of celebrating the fact that this unpredictable period is over, I’m not entirely sure I get wedding ring coffins and black iced cakes with plastic icons of dead grooms perched on the top, but it seems the commercial wheels still turn even for the most morose of life events. The Unitarian Universalist Clergy actually has a service Read more [...]

Potentially Stressful Mix When Sorting Out a Divorce

  Shared property and children make for an interesting and potentially stressful mix when it comes to sorting out your divorce.   There are a great many critical factors to explore fully with your solicitor, lawyer or the Citizen’s Advice Bureau if you are in the early days of your proceedings and busily collecting information. Topics for discussion will include whether it’s in joint names, whether you have a prenuptial or a cohabitation agreement etc.   If you are married, Read more [...]

Plenty More Friends of Fish in the Sea

  When separation, divorce and post divorce comes a-knockingl, it’s not just contact with the ex you have to ponder. You’ll find a whole raft of friends and family waiting in the wings for their fate to be decided upon too. If the flappy-tongued gossip-mongers have done a good job and they are quick off the mark, you might not have the luxury of making that decision. A fair proportion of former associates will fall either side of the fence and you might be surprised to the core by the Read more [...]

Divorce Source Radio Episode – Dating Politics and More

        Podcast: Play in new window | Download Joanie shares her latest dating experience and Lesley and Steve break down why “Spring” if Joanie’s favorite time of the year. Steve shares what it was like to ask out a someone who is the mother of a son. (More to come on this breaking story next week.) The trio also discusses more about relationships as well as the Beyonce’s debacle at the Presidential Inauguration and touch on the Mardi Gradi Gras, Read more [...]

“I Don’t Live On The Edge”

    I don’t live on the edge   Good thing I don’t live there Even with my buttons pushed To the edge is like my cupboard’s bare   Empty probably best describes My panoramic hedges Oh sure I might seem edgy Tough and rough around the edges I don’t live on the edge Otherwise if I should fall No one would be there to catch me And I would regret Life after all     Follow me on Facebook Tony Haynes Check out  these and some of my other books Read more [...]