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Getting Back On Track after a Divorce

Some days are going to be better than others. How do you tip the balance? You’ve just been through one of the hardest life changes a person can go through--divorce. Maybe you’re dealing with your kids reactions or worrying about your financial situation. How can you get back on track?

First off, forgive yourself. You’re human, and we all make mistakes. Don’t be afraid to ask your friends and family for help. Most of all, hang in there. It will get easier, a little bit at a time. Find inspiration and ways to feel better about yourself at About's Divorce Support site.

Posted: 1/18/08