If you have come through the divorce process with a bit of spare dosh then a good way to help the healing process is to take a break and have some real downtime.
This section helps you to move on from your divorce with advice on issues from house/flat hunting, to claiming State Benefits and managing your money to buying insurance. There is a wealth of help for doing all those important things that have to be done but you don’t want to get down to. Sometimes difficult and often boring. We try to make it easier.
Bringing up your children after your divorce and supporting the family on less money than in the past is a tough job. A holiday is a good idea and richly deserved. At last the travel industry has begun to understand the needs of the single parent traveller and his or her family.
Now going on a cruise in a ship the size of a small town and visiting exotic foreign ports or dropping anchor off palm fringed beaches may not be to everyone's liking. Especially if you are a single passenger. But.....
Family holidays are always a special time. Whether it's Blackpool, Benidorm or Barbados there are fond (or in some cases not so fond) memories of times together. Divorce can change all that.
One thing you might be missing at the moment is a holiday. Being single you might also think that it's going to be a problem. It isn't, there are loads of singles out there having a great time.
You want a much needed holiday after your divorce but you feel guilty about the size of your carbon footprint so how do you square your conscience with having a great holiday?
Holidays have always been a special time, that's what they are for. A chance to escape the realities of the world and unwind like a ball of string. In your new life after divorce you need the same thing, only more so.
Twenty per cent of divorced men and women take a holiday in the first six months after their divorce and twenty five per cent of those admit to having had a fling with a member of the opposite sex while away.