Divorce is not a pleasant subject, but for 53% of Americans, it’s a reality. Another reality is that divorce offers many opportunities, not the least of which is the opportunity to separate yourself from someone who is not right for you so you can find someone who is.
Janice Daphne, author of “Divorce: The New Little Black Book” shares tips from her book for those of you going through the process. While it’s written mainly for women, it provides good insight for men as well.
Specifically, in this episode you will learn:
- One of the key warning signs that your marriage (or relationship) is headed for trouble
- The benefits of having friends in different time zones when you’re going through divorce
- Why social media is not your friend during a divorce and what to use instead
- That hate and rage and sideways is normal and you have to let it out
- The first necessary steps once you decide to move forward with a divorce
- A sound strategy for securing temporary support from your estranged spouse early in the process
- What an F.U. fund is and why you need one
- How to leverage “The Divorce Diet”
- The best thing about divorce
- Why forgiving your ex benefits you
- Janice’s number one piece of advice for anyone going through a divorce
Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I’ll try again tomorrow.”
― Mary Anne Radmacher
Links and resources mentioned in this episode;
- Divorce: The New Little Black Book – A Guide Through the Process of Divorce by Janice Daphne
- Website: www.JaniceDaphne.com
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