Friends we shared choose sides. Favorite restaurants aren’t so appetizing anymore. Vacations to the lake change to someplace new. The dreams for the future die. As a result, we are hit with intense sadness. There’s no death to warrant laying it all to rest… … More Facing the Losses in Divorce
The path ahead following a crisis in our life like death, divorce, illness, job loss…you name it, it’s hard. It’s lonely. It’s full of unknowns, full of unanswered questions. How will I make it? … More Overcoming Fear, Worry, and Anxiety
Reconciliation was the topic in our DivorceCare workshop on Monday. To be clear, we weren’t pushing marriage restoration for everyone, just simply talking about ways to get to a place of civil interaction with our ex. Even that is a place that’s far out of sight for most that are in the middle of conflict; immersed in … More Civility with our Ex. Is it possible?
Don’t be surprised if your child shows signs of insecurity or regression, becomes extra mischievous, uncooperative, or clingy, or seeks a lot of attention from you and others during this difficult time. Even the most amicable of separations creates an earth-shattering change for any child. … More Telling the Kids: You’re getting Divorced (ages 5 to 8)
“I love to have the time with the same horse. Cowboy is my friend, and he listens to me…” … More A Horse and a Prayer
“You’ll find it can become a time to grow closer to God and find His help for the things going on in your life (no matter how difficult or painful!). ” … More A Self-Paced Study for Facing Divorce