Divorced Women Online: The Ultimate Divorce Survival Guide

Submitted by: Cathy

zzzsurvivalDivorce is never easy, even when it is your choice. Loss and subsequent grieving is a powerful, trans-formative time. It is a time to take care of you, to let go of the past and to create a future.

Here at Divorced Women Online we’ve create a survival guide for the woman thinking about divorce, going through a divorce or moving on after a divorce.

Divorce is a period of trial. It can make or break you. Your inherent qualities determine whether you use this period to become stronger or become embittered for life. People who have made good use of this difficult situation have emerged stronger and better for it. Be one among them.

Divorced Women Online a Guide to Divorce Survival

Strategies for coping during and after divorce…

Dealing with pesky legal issues…

Keeping it out of divorce court…

Child support and custody…

Dividing marital assets…

Jumping back into the dating game…

It is through self-evolution and awareness that you build the life of your dreams so, go forth and flourish!

Join the New DWO Community!

Is your life good, are you thankful, playful, do you embrace joy? If so, join the Divorced Women Online Community and give advice and support to those who are new to life after divorce.

Are you struggling to rebuilt your life, are you feeling hopeless and unsure where to go from here? If so, JOIN NOW and connect with others who are walking the same path and learn from those who have, “been there, done that.”


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    My brother is going through a terrible divorce. His soon to be ex-wife and he are at a constant battle. His “ex-wife” is pushing her lawyer to basically keep everything. I found this website that gives great divorce advice for men. DadsDivorce.com has numerous resources to keep dads on track so that they can equally participate in their divorce. Good luck guys!

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    Peggy Higashi says

    I am divorced from my husband of 9 years. We arrived at this decision after he had an affair and I decided I wanted to separate to take time to heal. During that time I was depressed and sadddened about my marraig. He became very cold towards the kids, he wont even help carry the baby when she is crying. He became so mean. He works and resides in the United States while I am currently on assignment in S.Korea. We had an out of court agreement (Collaborative Law Agreement) for him to pay an amount of money plus legal fees. He has only paid me 25% of the said agreed amount since.
    I am hereby need assistance in collecting the balance from him or litigate this matter if he fails to pay as promise because He has delayed for too long.

    I am in need of a divorce lawyer in the United States, I have tried to find, but failed, kindly advice immediately. How do I find one in the USA?


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    My ex-husband and I spent nearly 10 years of our lives together. As near as I could tell, they were very happy and loving years. He was thoughtful, considerate, and kind. He always called when away for business, and whenever I called him he was exactly where he said he would be. Mere days before he came home and unceremoniously announed he wanted a divorce because we were “just not compatible”, he sent me a letter detailing a list of reasons why he loved. Given this order of events, I felt like I was missing a piece of the puzzle.

    I tried to find resources and support online specifically for women in the 20s and 30s who were divorced without children. It’s a niche that seems to be overlooked but is growing rapidly.

    You have some wonderful content on your site that is practical and professional. I have started a personal blog about my experience going through divorce with lists of inspirational quotes, humorous sayings, and empowering music playlists. For those who are interested check it out (sassydivorcee.blogspot.com).

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    I am 35 and mother to 02 toddlers, going through a rough separation after my partner of 10 years walked out on me for another woman herself mother of 03. i am hurt, angry, resentful and most of all sick of his choice. I write a blog to bring out my suppressed feelings. I turn to you for support.
    thanks, survivor| http://www.helpmyspouseischeatin.com


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