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Step 1: Critical Initial Steps

While you may be in shock, dealing with a wide range of emotions, and struggling to come to terms with the end of your marriage, it is vital to have a plan in place and ensure you’re not making mistakes.

You may make decisions with the best of intentions, thinking of your kids first, this sort of thinking can blind you and cause you catastrophic challenges in the future with your separation, divorce, custody, and financial arrangements.

What You Will Learn

  • You`ll learn the steps you must take immediately after you`ve learned your relationship is over
  • Learn whether or not you need to hire a lawyer immediately
  • Navigating child custody issues before an agreement has been made
  • What you`re responsible paying for and not responsible paying for
  • Free options offered by the courts to avoid trials and legal fees
  • Co-habitation with your ex partner

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Step 2: The Process

The separation and divorce process can be easy, come with some challenges but still not overwhelming, or, a complete nightmare. These again greatly depends on the initial steps you take immediately after you learn the relationship is over.

You can make your life easier by having a plan, not letting your emotions take over, and thinking what is in your long term best interests.

What You Will Learn

  • The steps involved in getting an agreement
  • Protecting yourself when communicating with your ex
  • Taking steps to creating a business like relationship with your ex
  • Avoiding parental alienation
  • Ensuring you maintain a strong relationship with your children

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Step 3: Self Care

For many, this is the most difficult time in their lives.

In the vast majority of separations, it is the wife that initiates it, and it can come as a complete body blow to the husband.

More importantly, women are much better at keeping friendships throughout their lives, and have far more resources available to them than men do.

Because of all this, it’s very important for men to take care of themselves and develop a support system to help them through this difficult time, and for them to avoid destructive behavior that can complicate their divorce process.

What You Will Learn

  • The most important aspects of self-care
  • Key things you must do on a daily basis
  • Things you must avoid doing at all costs
  • How to better deal with stress and anxiety
  • Bringing balance to your life
  • Meeting new people

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Step 4: Moving Forward

Healing from a divorce takes time. There are many stages, and everyone is different.

No matter what anyone says, the process is ongoing, and requires effort and self-care on your part.

The process of moving forward starts with you taking care of yourself and having the tools and resources available to you to make this possible, and most importantly, realizing it’s a slow process that needs to be respected and not rushed in anyway.

What You Will Learn

  • Being happy with who you are
  • Accepting exactly what it is with what you want from life
  • Accepting exactly what it is with what you want from a potential new partner, and not making any apologies about it
  • Learning to walk away from toxic friendships and relationships
  • Making yourself the priority


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