Nearly half of all children in the country will see their parents, whether married or unmarried, split up by their 16th birthday. Marriage is getting less popular and births outside of marriage are at an all time high.
Relationships & Children
We look at your relationship life during and after the firestorm of divorce. We have advice about how to work with your ex to create a framework to allow for effective coparenting. It includes help for tackling life as a single parent and the joys (and difficulties) of getting your social life back together. Living as a single parent (or coparent) can be a scary prospect. If you feel ready, the wonderful world of internet dating is only a click away.
There is a lot of divorce advice about these days, so many ‘miracle' cures to speed you effortlessly towards a better life after divorce. There are no instant ways to turn your life around. It takes time and perseverance. To help you begin the process of transition here is some simple, practical advice which will help you on your way to a better life.
Is this the tea time of your life, the time after the hurly-burly of kids, school and making one's way in the world when you are looking forward to a glass of wine in life's Happy Hour.
Having secrets between you and your partner sounds like a not very good thing to do. Divorce and the challenges of life after divorce might not be far away. But no, it could be just the thing to do.
Definitely not. Consider the merits of an amicable and mutually agreed divorce against continuing with a violent or abusive marriage. Divorce and a new life is always going to be the better way to go.
We now have an expectation of living for much longer than our parent's generation and could easily be with our partner for upwards of sixty years. This is a long time to be sharing a home and a life.
A long time ago in the mists of last century a relationship status was easy to define. You were either, single, married or divorced. It was clear cut, everyone knew where you were and indeed, where they were.
This most famous phrase from the Declaration of Independence which established the United States in 1776 still shines as a beacon of hope down the years. Life, yes everyone deserves to live. Liberty (now referred to as freedom) not universally available but highly desireable.