What’s Hygge got to do with your divorce? About five years ago the Danish concept of Hygge took the country by storm. Candle sales went through the roof. We all got very into cosy jumpers. And as we enter winter and the frenzied pre-Christmas period, it seems timely...
Divorce Grief at Christmas – Five Tips To See You Through Christmas is hard when you’re experiencing grief. And divorce brings grief. Grief for the loss of the marriage you hoped to have. Hopefully, you’ve sorted arrangements for the children by now. If not, make sure...
Is this your last Christmas together? It’s well known that applications for divorce hit their peak each January. And it makes sense – you’ve held it together over Christmas for the sake of your families. In 2020 you’ve put up with one of the most stressful years on...
How to deal with your high conflict ex at Christmas If only your narcissistic ex was a dim and distant memory. Sadly, it’s not always possible to consign them to past history. If you have children, or shared assets during and after divorce, you will usually need to...
The best gift you can give yourself this Christmas As lockdown in England ends, we hit December. For many of us, December is a month of manic buying, people pleasing and racing around. And this year we have our ‘Christmas bubbles’ to consider too. There might be less...
Plan your Christmas as a divorced parent now! Yes, it’s just turned November, and there are weeks to go. I know you don’t want to think about the C-word yet. And yes, with England following Wales and Scotland into lockdown you’re unlikely to be feeling jolly. But the...
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