Learning how to move on from a break up can be tough. If it wasn’t your choice, or perhaps it happened in a painful way, it’s tempting to dwell on your ex and what they are doing. But this is damaging. It stops your emotional healing and prevents you from moving on. However, change can [...]
This article comes from http://geraldrogers.com/ – and I loved it so much, I wanted to reproduce it exactly as it is on my blog.
Well done Gerald for sharing your learnings with the world. Enjoy…
Below are 20 wise marriage tips from a man that was recently divorced. You wouldn’t normally think that a divorced man would give good [...]
Any serious scientist will be familiar with the assertion that stress causes immuno-compromise. A recent study by researchers at Harvard School of Public Health has finally put this long-held knowledge into perspective, deciphering that those who bottle up their feelings have a cardiovascular disease risk of 140 per cent and a risk of cancer of [...]
There is an article in the Daily Mail today entitled “Why ‘ex-sex’ CAN be a good idea: Sleeping with an old lover lessens psychological distress of break-up… if you’re not over him” (You can read all about it here: LINK)
Apparently research from the University of Arizona (published in the Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology) [...]
My good friend Hannah Foxley from the Women’s Wealth Expert (www.thewomenswealthexpert.co.uk) has written a corker of an article on things to consider financially before divorcing. Here are some tips written by her hand.
Get ready for some good info…
In the emotional haze of early divorce proceedings it is often difficult to make clear decisions about [...]
The most important place to start is to ensure that you’ve made a big, clear, wide-open space in which to create your dream relationship blueprint. That work is the work that takes the courage to heal ethically, to find the sources of your previous relationship’s break-up or divorce. So if you’ve not done that, why [...]