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Life after divorce
Elizabeth Cohen Ph.D.
Do you feel like you are on a rollercoaster of feelings surrounding your divorce? You don't have to be at the mercy of your feelings anymore. You can learn from them and feel at ease.
We like to think as parents that we can choose to show or hide our feelings from our kids. New research shows that kids' hearts and bodies are in tune with us. No more hiding.
Many of the decisions that must be made during a divorce are challenging and have to be made while stress is already high.
Yes, you can connect to your teen during stressful times. At times of stress, teenagers can be more emotional. Here, I teach how to connect to your teen even as they push you away.
"What are we going to do for the holidays this year?" is a common refrain from divorced parents. We imagine strife and loss around the holidays. But we don't have to!
Dating post-divorce can be intimidating. There are ways to prepare yourself for this new adventure while you are staying at home.
This is a challenging time and we all feel a ton of feelings. We need to allow them all.
Dealing with COVID-19 is overwhelming, and dealing with the pandemic while getting divorced is especially difficult.
Do people keep suggesting self-care to you? Are you confused about why this would even make a difference? You are not alone.
I know how hard it has been lately to focus on anything besides the COVID-19 pandemic. I have compiled this list of 5 tools to reduce anxiety for you and your loved ones.
One of the biggest stressors of divorce is co-parenting. During this time of crisis and anxiety in our country, it is essential for parents to work well together.
Are you worried about the ways you might be screwing up your divorce process? Are you hard on yourself about every move you make? Are you your worst critic?
Dating again post-divorce can be daunting, but there are some tips that will make it seamless. Here's what being instantly attracted to someone could be telling you.
Do you wonder how to tell people about your divorce? Do you worry about other people's responses to your news? Here are four tips on how to get the best support.
Elizabeth Cohen, Ph.D., leads women to reframe the pain of divorce so they can become who they want to be in the next chapter. She is dedicated to reducing the shame of divorce.