Many things people 'remember' about their past relationships never really existed outside of romantic dreams.
(PRWEB) September 30, 2015
The Fall 2015 issue is now available for complimentary download at http://www.DivorceMagazine.com. In this issue, readers who are considering divorce, legally separated, or already divorced receive advice on how to let go of the past and start focusing on the future. Articles include information on divorce recovery, how to prepare for divorce, legal and financial issues, parenting after divorce, and health and well-being.
In her article “Romanticize the Future – Not the Past”, author Tamsen Fadal explains that many things people “remember” about their past relationships never really existed outside of romantic dreams. “Moving forward is a scary proposition,” she writes, “hence (the) desire to harken back to the good old days. But just maybe the good old days weren’t all that good.” Fadal discusses why it’s unhealthy to dwell on the past, and asks readers to answer a few questions that will help them increase self-awareness and begin a hopeful future.
The process of getting legally separated or divorced can be a confusing and difficult experience. This issue has articles to help readers choose a dispute-resolution process as well as a lawyer, mediator, or “divorce team” to suit their needs. “The First Legal Steps To Divorce” by experienced family lawyer Henry Gorbein provides information and a handy checklist to help readers set goals and think about options as they move forward with their divorce – and life.
Other helpful articles in the new issue include:
- 5 Reasons To Hire a Divorce Lawyer
- How Mediation Works
- Charting Living Expenses
- Financial Fraud and Divorce
- Designing a Parenting Plan
- Heal from Feelings of Rejection
- Creating a Successful Stepfamily
The issue also includes a directory of divorce professionals, including family lawyers, financial advisors, and mediators.
In additional to the National edition of Divorce Magazine, there are regional editions that feature advice from local divorce professionals regarding legal, financial, co-parenting, children’s, and practical divorce-related issues.
Published since 1996, Divorce Magazine is North America’s only magazine devoted entirely to divorce-related issues. This comprehensive publication and website, http://www.DivorceMagazine.com, cover all key issues – from child support to custody, mediation to litigation, financial preparation to emotional recovery. The magazine is published by Divorce Marketing Group, a unique one-stop marketing agency dedicated to helping family lawyers and other divorce professionals grow their practices. Their other products include Family Lawyer Magazine and http://www.FamilyLawyerMagazine.com, http://www.DivorcedMoms.com, and ten print and web-based Divorce Guides.