Don't just survive after your divorce --- WHY NOT THRIVE!
Divorce has often been compared to surviving a traumatic event such as a car accident, a tornado, or a death.
The Surgeon General reports that somewhere between 30-40% of people going through divorce show signs of depression and/or anxiety.
While there’s no doubt a divorce is difficult, you can take comfort that these numbers indicate that somewhere between 60-70% of people going through a divorce don’t experience depression or anxiety.
So how do they handle divorce without getting down? How do they move on? Do they know something others don’t? The good news is divorce doesn’t have to destroy you, but it can be the experience that reignites your life.
Divided into three sections that will help you go through the process:
* Coping With Divorce
* Healing From Divorce
* Creating a Fabulous New Life
Every divorce is different, and there is no one divorce recovery plan that fits all.
The hope is you'll find inspiration in these 101 distinctly different suggestions as you begin your divorce recovery.
Good name for it
It’s got some good things to help people with trying to get them out of the pit of gloom from the divorce and quite a few ideas on how to stay busy as well as how to re-entering the dating field.
This book was a blessing. I have been on my journey since October 2015 and this book helped me to understand my divorce and what I need to do in order to heal!