Starting when Hana was a toddler, I’ve raised her to be very polite and respectful. Hana always uses please and thank you, excuses herself from the table, and asks before taking. Her teachers constantly rave about how obedient and helpful she is in school. I beam when people tell me how well behaved she is and how amazing her manners are. There had been no…Continue
Added by Eva Cornejo on June 5, 2013 at 11:14am — No Comments
Exercising regularly was definitely high up on my list of goals when I got divorced. It was yet another way to get myself out of rock bottom. Before Hana was born, I went to the gym 4 or 5 days a…Continue
Added by Eva Cornejo on May 7, 2013 at 12:24pm — No Comments
Budgeting and finances are things that everyone should be thinking about, but it is especially hard for single moms. After Successful Single Moms Need Help Too, I knew I needed to find a way to help myself. I carried away some hefty…Continue
Added by Eva Cornejo on May 7, 2013 at 12:20pm — No Comments
It doesn't feel like it’s been almost 4 years since I was divorced, but I do feel like I've come a long way. Working on remodeling my interior during my transition was outrageously more difficult than Eva 2.0—The Exterior.…Continue
Added by Eva Cornejo on April 10, 2013 at 12:10pm — No Comments
Many women seek a gay man as a BFF for several reason including, but not limited to: the security of male companionship without worrying about sexual advances, harmless flirting with no expectations, and total honesty to relationship insights. I have all of these BFF qualities with my friend, Jordan, except that he’s straight. Jordan and I met in college, where we…Continue
Added by Eva Cornejo on March 29, 2013 at 1:27pm — No Comments
My daughter, Hana, often comes up with ideas to enlarge our little family, though I always teach her that Every Family is Different. The most common idea is for Mommy and Daddy to get back together. If you’ve kept up…Continue
Added by Eva Cornejo on March 14, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments
Some people just weren't supposed to get married, but it seems like that is almost always the case with celebrities.
Why is it? Too much exposure? Is it the price of being famous? Are the rumors too much? Is the schedule an issue? I'd say that all these things come into play, but I'm no marriage counselor. I recently read an article on the longest celebrity marriages, which made me curious about which marriages didn't stand the test of time. By that, I mean, I want to know…Continue
Added by Diane Kuehl on February 28, 2013 at 4:50pm — No Comments
Three months ago my husband moved out. Two months ago, I filed papers for a divorce. One month ago, I spent any spare time in bed trying to wrap my head around the failure of my marriage. And last week, I dragged myself up, put a smile on a my face and started to refocus. And now that smile has become real.
I'll be honest, as I try to always be with you guys, I was not going to share this life changing experience on here. The title 'Divorce' comes with preconceived notions, ideas…Continue
Recently, a friend asked me to share my testimony. I was a taken aback. No one had ever asked me for my story before. Come to think of it, I wasn't so sure I had much of a story to tell. When I hear testimonies of how people had drastic circumstances that brought them to the Lord, I am usually in awe. Former gangsters, former drug dealers, former atheists, former prositutes, orphans, homeless...these are the people that have a testimony, right? I've done plenty of stupid stuff in my…Continue
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I am a divorcee. I am also a second wife (the remarriage kind, not the polygamy kind), a stepmom, and a frustrated ex-wife.
Ask anyone who truly knows me: very often, I have to learn things that hard way. Unfortunately, this sometimes comes at the expense of those around me. My poor decisions that led up to my first marriage (which was also a poor decision) created a world that now creates a harsh reality for me and my children. That reality is a split living…Continue
Added by Sarah Burd on June 14, 2012 at 1:23pm — No Comments
By Rosemary Lichtman, Ph.D. and Phyllis Goldberg, Ph.D.
Are you alone and wondering how you'll be celebrating the holidays this year? Whether you're divorced or widowed, a single parent or the spouse of a deployed serviceperson, it most likely seemed easier when you had a partner to share in the planning. But now that you'll be the one creating the holiday mood, take advantage of the freedom you have to develop customs that are just right for you. …
Added by Sandwiched Boomers on December 4, 2011 at 1:43am — No Comments
I had heard for so long that I should have a will, especially after my divorce, but I kept putting it off, thinking it was too expensive and not really needed. I was young, what could happen? Well, actually, many things could happen. Would you want your children’s future to be chaos because you didn’t want to spend the money? And what if you get too sick to look after them? Then what? Women of divorce, you need a will! Click …Continue
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Those who divorce often experience hateful feelings towards their ex at some point, especially if their partners cheated. Obsessing about what happened as it all unraveled, replaying the disappointments, wounding and shocking betrayals–all leading to horrendous feelings of loss and loneliness. They…Continue
Added by Carol Ferguson on April 17, 2011 at 1:27pm — No Comments
As a parent, I have been judged so many times I have lost count. It starts in the grocery story line or in an airplane. As the kids kick the back of your seat or scream through the entire flight, your anger and frustration is not necessarily focused on the child, but at the parents.
As a parent of a child with reactive attachment disorder (RAD), the parental judgment reaches higher levels. Now the judgment doesn’t come from strangers, but from friends and family. “Why can’t…Continue
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I am a child of divorce. I wasn’t little when my parents divorced, so there was no custody fight, parenting plan, or alternating weekends. I was 40 years old. I can’t remember how I found out...whether it was by phone or in person...and I can’t remember which parent told me. The details aren’t important.…Continue
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