When people decide to go through with divorcing their spouse in Florida, it can be overwhelming as they face the challenge of separating their life from their spouse and moving toward independence once again. For many people, a change as significant as getting a divorce can rock the foundation of their life from their finances to their social circle. Overcoming the difficulties that are part of a divorce and moving forward with life is a task that usually requires people to seek help and support from people who have been through a similar situation.

In a new book written by an expert who has both experienced divorce himself and provided support for divorcees, the author provides hope for readers by encouraging them to use their situation as an opportunity to reevaluate their life and find renewed drive and passion to achieve success without the companionship of their ex. His advice includes rebuilding and strengthening a person’s social circle and forging relationships with people who genuinely care and are reliable in providing support when times are tough. 

Other suggestions explore the challenges of dating after a failed marriage, as well as how to move forward with family life despite the splitting from one’s partner. The author discusses the importance of setting goals and how and people can use goal setting to identify what they would like to do with their lives in an attempt to move past their divorce. The overall vision of the new book is to help people who are divorced or getting a divorce, to successfully move beyond their past and toward a future that is positive and rewarding. 

If people are seeking a divorce, an attorney may be able to help them move through the process with more confidence. Legal professionals have the experience to provide divorcees with insight into moving through their relationship change in a way that will hopefully minimize the damage of such a difficult decision. 

Source: wfmj.com, “Revolutionary New Book Offers Tips On How To Move Forward After Divorce,” David J. Glass, Jan. 3, 2019