Damsel Divorceé 1 Year Anniversary

. Thank you for all of the support and for following Damsel Divorceé this last year, I hope that it has been a source of comfort and hope to each of my loyal followers!

7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Divorce

There are so many aspects of divorce that I had never considered until I actually went through one at the age of 26. I was a hot mess and was completely unprepared for all that the divorce process would encompass and the way it would change my life. There are many things that I wish… Continue reading 7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Divorce

Have You Experienced a Devastating Divorce In Your 2os?

No matter what age you are when you experience a divorce, it is an immensely painful and life-altering experience, but becoming a divorcée in your 20s comes with it's own unique hurdles. It is safe to say that most of us have not yet fully discovered who we are, nor have finished maturing completely until… Continue reading Have You Experienced a Devastating Divorce In Your 2os?

Can “Happily Ever After” Truly Exist For Me?

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?

Should Counseling Become a Mandatory Part of the Divorce Process?

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?

Are You Focusing on What is Really Important?

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?