Having a long conversation with my girlfriend the other day we started discussing where our future is heading? Dating 5 years now, we have had an incredible relationship with lots of laughs, travel, adventures, etc. She has watched my daughters grow 5 years older into their teens and has also experienced my daughters growing 5… Continue reading Feeling the Agony of Defeat Life After Divorce
Having a long conversation with my girlfriend the other day we started discussing where our future is heading? Dating 5 years now, we have had an incredible relationship with lots of laughs, travel, adventures, etc. She has watched my daughters grow 5 years older into their teens and has also experienced my daughters growing 5… Continue reading Feeling the Agony of Defeat, Life After Divorce
There can be a lot of pain after a divorce. Your not sure exactly what you should be doing and how you should be doing it. For most I believe it is probably a feeling of defeat even if it was something that needed to happen. With all the whirlwind of getting a divorce and… Continue reading Be Successful Co-Parenting with these 6 Simple Ideas
I have been married for 18 years and divorced for over 5 years now, and I can tell you the moment when I think I understood that our marriage was not going to last. I have converted over the years to be an advocate for mental health services. Psychiatrists, psychologists, etc, are all important when needing… Continue reading The Agony of Sharing your Feelings in a “Safe Space”
Getting divorced sucks! I think we can all agree that it can be emotional up and down roller coaster that at times feels like there is no end. Just a constant mixed-up cocktail of failure, sadness, anger, resentment, and disillusion. And having those feelings is perfectly normal and okay. But a time will come that… Continue reading One BIG Thing to Make Divorce Less Painful
What is it to be vulnerable?
I am always impressed and taken aback by how divorced people get married for a second and even third time in life. I have to be honest I don’t really understand the reasoning for getting remarried again, but maybe I can figure it out as I write this blog post.
Hey, have you done a puzzle lately? Just kidding, I seriously believe about everyone has done at least one puzzle during the COVID-19 Shelter In Place rules over the past several weeks. We just finished up a puzzle in my house and after completion, last night I started to think about how maybe our lives… Continue reading Is Life like a Puzzle?
I have spent years investing in the stock market. Starting in my early twenties, when I started my first job at $25k a year, I have not looked back. One thing that you’ve read over and over is that you cannot time the stock market. And that is 100% true! Trust me, I have learned… Continue reading 10 Things to Learn for the Average Investor
I write this blog because my daughter is depressed. Actually she is a 15-year-old diagnosed with high anxiety, and depression and is also on the low part of the autism scale. She is a 15-year-old teen that who is scared of Covid-19, scared to learn to drive, scared of having friends, scared of messing up,… Continue reading Daughter with Depression by Divorced Dad Does