This issue has something for everyone, at every stage of their divorce.
(PRWEB) January 26, 2011
Divorce Magazine’s Winter/Spring 2011 issue features three powerful, intimate and enlightening personal divorce stories. Two of the stories are from readers, and the third is an excerpt from a book on healing after divorce. All of the stories reflect personal thoughts and insights on the journey through and beyond divorce, and are aimed at helping people heal from the anger, sadness and trauma of their experiences.
Divorce magazine is also calling upon readers to send in their personal divorce story or their divorce-related artwork for possible publication in the magazine’s upcoming 15th anniversary issue, which will be available in July, 2011. Full submission details are available at http://divorceblog.divorcemag.com.
Continuing with the divorce recovery theme, Divorce Magazine’s Winter/Spring 2011 issue also features articles to help readers:
- Create their new financial identity after divorce
- Transcend their divorce by changing their beliefs
- Use shared parenting tips to protect their children
- Achieve a successful divorce through mediation
- Find the “middle ground” to communicate better
- Experience a peaceful divorce that preserves their integrity
- Get over the emotional barriers that can hold them back
Plus, the issue offers a wide range of information, advice and resources for divorcing people, including: tips from Judge Lynn Toler of TV’s Divorce Court on seniors’ divorce issues, results from Divorce Magazine's online poll on infidelity, a list of websites and FAQs for divorcing individuals, an overview of the divorce process, advice on how to work with a divorce lawyer, and much more.
“This issue has something for everyone, at every stage of their divorce,” comments Dan Couvrette, Divorce Magazine's publisher. “It helps those who are early on in the process and struggling with the confusion and overwhelming emotional stress. It helps those who are in the midst of their divorce, and want to make smart, informed decisions to help them save money, time, and stress, while protecting their children from the fallout. And it helps people who are trying to put their divorce behind them and re-establish their lives, financially, emotionally, psychologically, domestically, romantically, and in all other ways.”
The Winter/Spring 2011 issue of Divorce Magazine is available now. Additionally, Divorce Magazine’s online knowledge center, located at http://www.DivorceMagazine.com, contains a wide range of divorce-related articles, news items and other resources. Access is free and no registration is required.
Launched in 1996, Divorce Magazine is North America’s only magazine devoted entirely to divorce. It’s published twice a year with six regional editions, and is full of helpful articles and guides to local divorce lawyers and other professionals. The online version of the magazine is a leading divorce-related website since 1996, and offers thousands of pages of self-help articles, public forums, polls, information on local divorce professionals, and more. The company also runs http://www.BlogsOnDivorce.com, which features expert opinion and insight from leading divorce professionals, including judges, lawyers, mediators, therapists and more. For more information on Divorce Magazine contact publisher and CEO Dan Couvrette at (888) 217-9538 ext. 24 or email DanC(at)divorcemag(dot)com