Practical Advice for the Newly Divorced by T asher, Tony Haynes

This is the second book in the Divorced and Scared No More! series

Practical advice for the newly divorced

Divorced and Scared No More: Practical Advice for the Newly Divorced is the second installment of the three-part trilogy written to assist readers in post-divorce related matters. Book two shares views on maintaining cordial relationships with ex-spouses, with a focus on children and extended families. Topics readers can look forward to discovering answers to include: how to start over after divorce, attending special events with your ex-spouse. helpfor children of Divorce,  the impact of divorce on children, ways to arrange custody issues, ChildCustody arrangement, how to handle separate holidays, and handling finances.  You'll find ways to embrace your new found freedom and turn the lemons life threw at you into a Zesty Lemon Sorbet!

Therapist and clinical author Justin Nutt, LSCSW, LAC consulted as a technical advisor for the series. Insuring everything presented be accurate and quality material while still being a comforting, easy-to-read guide to surviving divorce.
Tony Haynes shares a clever poem at the end of each chapter from words found within the word DIVORCE.  His poetic thoughts that ask "How did I get here?" This rite of passage has everything to do with life and our stories affects each other because we are all connected. Now it's time to peek inside and see how, where & why our lives intersect.
 

Genre: SELF-HELP / Personal Growth / Success

Secondary Genre: SELF-HELP / General

Language: English

Keywords: 1. Divorce Financial Planning, 2. Divorce and Children, 3. Divorce and money, 4. Divorce Gifts for men, 5. Divorce gifts for women, 6. Divorce Series, 7. Divorce Demystified

Word Count: 46169

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Sample text:

How should everyone behave after the bride and groom’s vows of “I do” turn into “I do not”?

Divorces are nasty, tangled affairs, and while being civil to your ex is sometimes a task as daunting as taking the one ring to Mordor (in J. R. R. Tolkien’s fictional universe of Middle-Earth), it’s not impossible. Divorce and the early post-divorce period are times when emotions are running high, decorum is soon forgotten, and everyone gets in on the mess, from in-laws to friends and family. Everyone gets a piece of the divorce drama pie, and somehow, amidst all this, you have to try to stay civil to your ex. Why? Because it is classy and because it is the right thing to do, no matter how difficult it is and whether you have children or not.

Etiquette is usually one of the first things thrown out the window during a divorce, possibly alongside some of your ex’s belongings. I will admit at one point I tossed many of my ex’s clothes out of the second-story window of our house, and my ex had to climb the trees to get some of his dangling underwear. It was not one of my finest moments, but everyone has at least one of these moments during a divorce. Like many, my emotions were on high power, ranging from rage to fits of crying, and honestly, no one is in the mood for being polite during divorce. However, when all is said and done, the papers are signed, the ink is dry, and the waters cool down, and there comes a time when you and your ex need to put things in perspective and act like adults to each other.

Being cordial to each other and showing you do follow some sort of etiquette is a positive step in the right direction toward moving on and not letting your emotions for your ex dictate the rest of your life.


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