Would you be willing to talk about your divorce on television? If you live in the New York City area, check out the casting calls below.
The Hud:sun Media executive producers of Bravo’s Pregnant in Heels are developing and casting a new television project titled Chapter 2 for a major cable network. This new series will [...]
Today’s guest post is from “Not Your Cute Daisy,” who split up with her husband last October and just got divorced this month.
I woke up the same as many other mornings, alone. I had to go into his bedroom to wake him for work; I was going to Church. It was a beautiful Sunday morning, [...]
As agonizing as the divorce process can be, most of us come out the other side with relatively little permanent damage. In fact, after we’ve had time to gain some perspective, many of us feel that we’re actually stronger than we were before.
I’m (mostly) in that camp. In fact, I’ve been trying to decide whether [...]
Right after my divorce, it was pretty hard for me to “keep my chin” up, as they say. Hold my head up high? That took months, and in some ways, years.
This weekend, I went to my hometown with my parents and one of my brothers to attend a fundraiser for the wrestling club that my [...]
When I went through my divorce nearly six years ago, I wasn’t on Facebook yet. Twitter? Hadn’t even heard of it.
Unfortunately, I didn’t know anyone in “real life” who I could talk to about divorce, at least not in the “been there, done that” sense. It wasn’t until I started blogging that I connected with [...]
Cheryl Strayed’s memoir, Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail, has been my steady companion for the better part of two weeks. I haven’t felt so attached to a book in years, and when I turned the final page, I had the warm buzz that only comes from a great read (or [...]
I received the following message today, and since I am a big fan of coaching, I can’t wait to hear your responses!
I am at the beginning stages of launching a divorce coaching business. I know what things I needed help with when I was first divorced, but I would be interested in hearing from the [...]
A breakup can be brutal, no doubt about it. But it’s not the same as a divorce, and here’s why:
In a breakup, you (hopefully) don’t need to hire a lawyer or appear in court. While a breakup could involve a restraining order or a financial dispute, generally speaking, there aren’t any legal implications to splitting [...]
A while back, I asked readers to weigh in on the following question: In what ways has your divorce affected your current behavior when it comes to dating and relationships? The responses that you submitted varied greatly, from feeling as though divorce has taught you what to avoid, to having lingering issues with trust. Your [...]
I enjoyed a recent Huffington Post Divorce post called “Dating After Divorce: Rebounds and Supernovas” by comedian and writer Juliet Jeske. We all know what a “rebound” relationship is, but what about a “supernova?” Jeske writes, “I call the first major relationship after leaving my husband the supernova—a collection of stars exploding all at once [...]