Damsel Divorcée is a blog for women who are considering separation, have filed for divorce, or are already a divorcée. If you are searching for advice, encouragement, support, or a space where you can connect with other women who are going through, or have gone through a divorce or separation, then this is the blog for you! Check out the “About Me” page to read my story and find out why this blog was created and browse through my blog posts for topics that may be helpful to your situation. Feel free to follow Damsel Divorcée to see the newest entries published every Sunday. Thank you for stopping by and may you find peace!
Hello, I’m Alex Prince, the creator of Damsel Divorcée. I am a living testament that, not only can you survive divorce, but you can become a better, stronger woman because of it.
Is your marriage struggling? Do you also see a parallel between the happiness you feel with your marriage and your sex life? I truly believe that sex in marriage is crucial.
It is easy to get wrapped up in all that is wrong with your relationship during trying times. Seeing everyone around you in seemingly successful marriages, appearing to be madly in love, can feel especially discouraging when your marriage is on the rocks. It is important that we all remember that no relationship is perfect.… Continue reading How Social Media Corrupts Our Perception Of Healthy Relationships
Taking the plunge to get married and vow to spend the rest of your life with one person is a huge commitment to make. Unfortunately, many people don’t fully understand the significance of saying, “I Do”, nor do they grasp what, “Forever”, means. In our society, marriage has become something flippant that can easily be… Continue reading Can “Happily Ever After” Truly Exist For Me?
I recently read an article about Denmark changing their divorce law, in order to make it more difficult for people to break up their marriages. In order to obtain a divorce, couples used to be able to fill out the necessary forms online to file for divorce, but now with the change in law, they… Continue reading Should Counseling Become a Mandatory Part of the Divorce Process?
Have you been seriously considering divorcing your spouse, but are too afraid to actually file?
I apologize for the lack of post this week, but it has been an extremely busy month. To those of you who read my most recent posts, I did get the results of my MRI back and I don’t have a brain tumor or aneurysm, so that is one worry off of my plate! I… Continue reading No Post This Week!
For many of us, when we are deep into a fight with our spouse we turn our words into weapons, designed to hit them where it hurts the most.
Whether it is a friendship, job, or marriage, sometimes we have to step back and look at the different aspects of our lives that used to bring us joy, but now only cause us stress. For the past few months I have been really struggling with the decision to end a friendship. My friendships with… Continue reading Saying Goodbye to What No Longer Enhances Your Life
Life is short, making finding true happiness while we can of the upmost importance. As far as I know, we only get one chance at this life, so why do we spend so much of our time trying to make miserable relationships work when we should actually just let them go and be with people who genuinely bring joy into our lives?
It is easy to make assumptions about divorce before actually experiencing one yourself. We hear stories all of the time about people on their 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th divorce and it is so easy to scoff at them and make judgments about what kind of person or spouse they must be. The truth is that… Continue reading What Your Divorced Friend Wants You to Understand