Category Archives: Anger

Five things super-happy couples do every day

  By Ty Wenger Lord knows this is not the sort of thing guys brag about. But my wife and I have a ridiculously happy marriage. Really, it’s almost disgusting. We paw each other in public. We goof around like a pair of simpletons. We basically act like giddy newlyweds in the middle of happy […]

Life after divorce

By Dr. Phil McGraw Divorce is a major life change that can leave a person reeling. Suddenly being on your own to deal with issues such as money, children, career changes and downsizing the family home can seem overwhelming. Dr. Phil and Libby Gill, author of the book Traveling Hopefully: How to Lose Your Family […]

The best exercise routines for recouping after divorce

by Silvia Pandolfi Going through a divorce can be one of the most stressful periods in a person’s life. Whether you have been married for two or 25 years, separation and divorce can take a toll on your emotional and physical health. Some people turn to “comfort” food, alcohol, or drugs to try to make […]

Grandparents feel the hurt of divorce, too

   By Jill Curtis Anyone who has ever been involved with the breakup of a family knows that the waves of shock and pain spread far and wide. Not only are the couple deeply affected, and the children of course, but also the rest of the family and close friends. Suddenly they all feel a […]

How to forgive and let go of your hurt

By Neil Rosenthal Forgiveness is a choice, it is not an emotion. You are not going to feel like it, but you can do it. Apparently, nobody is born with a lot of talent for forgiving. If you do not forgive those who have hurt you, you will have a very hard time trusting other […]

How to destroy your relationship

By Neil Rosenthal    Through the years as a marriage therapist, I have been asked a countless number of times:  “We were so wild about each other.  So much in love.  So passionate.  How could we have possibly grown this cold and distant from each other?” There are a variety of answers to the above […]

Divorce and the unexpected reversal

By Robert Stone  You have just begun putting a new life together, having somehow gotten through the most painful experience of your life. The extreme feelings of hurt and anger and fear are subsiding. The emotional roller coaster has become tolerable. A day or two can now go by without thinking about him. You have […]

The pain and promise of divorce

by Robert Stone   As the divorce process unfolds, especially within the first several months, you will probably go through a series of emotional extremes. The divorce, as it tears apart the fabric of your marriage, will probably tear you up as well. You will be astounded by the intensity of raw pain that can sweep […]

Hurting after divorce?

If you’ve recently ended your love relationship, you’re likely hurting. If you’re not, you’ve either yet to feel the pain or have already begun to work through some of the difficult steps of rebuilding. Pain is nature’s way of telling us we need to heal. Dr. Bruce Fisher identified 19 steps to adjusting to the […]

Launch into the future with divorce anger

The anger I experience along with my grief shows me that my life matters. I will use this energy to launch into the future.This meditation was adapted from Will Limon’s Beginning Again book. Visit http://www.Learning2Relate.com Angry? Find out by taking the Fisher Divorce Adjustment Scale at http://www.DivorceSeminarCenter.com