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When Do You Introduce Children To Your New Partner

Children of Divorce, Dads, Dating, Divorce, Moms, Relationships, Self Help, Starting Over, Tiffany's Blogs, Uncategorized

If you are one of the 53% of marriages that end in divorce, you will no doubt at one time or another move on, and start dating someone new. If you have children to consider in your new…

Ten Signs Your New Person Has To Go!

Body, Career, Dads, Dreams, DreamsRecycled, Love, Moms, Self Help, Starting Over

Kimberly had finally put her divorce behind her. She had gone back to school to earn that additional certification she wanted which allowed her to get the promotion at work. She had worked with a life coach to…

Single Working Parent-How Hard Do They Work?

Body, Children of Divorce, Dads, Dating, Divorce, DreamsRecycled, Moms, Relationships, Self Help, Starting Over

Things a married person should never say to a single working parent I’m busy, I never get a rest, I have so much to do. Even if you don’t see it on their face, the single working parent…

When Your Ex Has No Boundaries After Divorce

Children of Divorce, Dads, Divorce, Ebook, Emotional, Love, Moms, Self Help, Starting Over, Tiffany's Blogs

Boundaries, boundaries, boundaries! Often lack of boundaries is a trait that leads to divorce, (cheating, lying) so it isn’t surprising that I speak to a high number of divorcees, who have issues with their exes even after divorce…

How I Know Divorce Can Be The Best Decision You Make

Career, Children of Divorce, Dads, Divorce, Moms, Relationships, Self Help, Starting Over

Divorce is difficult, this is something that no one’s going to deny. The process of ending a marriage brings a plethora of negative emotions like anxiety, dread and regret; it’s a significant change, a huge step and, as…

10 Ways To Be More Kind To Your Self!

Body, Dads, Dating, Divorce, Emotional, Moms, Relationships, Self Help, Starting Over

When going through a divorce, it is so easy to get down on yourself. We blame, we shame; and the target is often ourselves. Negative self-speak can seep into your thoughts as you navigate this new chapter in…

How To Reconnect And Spice Up Your Relationship

Emotional, First Loves, Love, Moms, Relationships, Self Help

Work, kids, chores, bills, stress and no time for each other. Sound familiar? This might be your reality, but don’t worry, if you make your relationship the priority, you can learn how to reconnect with your partner again.…

Metaphors that show diets don’t work!

Body, Dads, Divorce, Moms

When a baby is learning how to crawl, its parents don’t say, “That’s not good enough; you have to walk!” And when that baby does start to walk – after countless failed attempts without any loss of enthusiasm…

What Is Power Love?

Dating, Divorce, Emotional, Love, Moms, Relationships, Self Help, Starting Over

WHAT IS POWER LOVE? We call many things love. I remember in grade 9 when I had a major crush on Josh, this guy at school. I used to obsess over him. After school, I’d get my markers…

Shame When Looking For Love

Dads, Dating, Divorce, Love, Moms, Relationships, Self Help, Starting Over

I have to admit when I first heard my calling to being a Love Coach, I thought to myself, seriously? I’ve been a feminist my entire adult life and now I’m going to help women attract men?? Have…

Beginning Of Four Journey

Children of Divorce, Dads, Dating, Divorce, Emotional, Love, Moms, Relationships, Self Help, Starting Over

October 2010 I left with two garbage bags that were full of my clothes and my children’s clothes. I had no job, no money, no friends because my ex husband had isolated me and my family shut me…

Relationships And Gaslighting

Dads, Dating, Divorce, Emotional, Mental Illness & Addiction, Moms, Self Help, Starting Over

Gaslighting: it’s more common than you think, and yes, it’s a terrible thing to have to endure. Worse, there are people out there that don’t even realize they are in this kind of relationship. But many are faced…

Sometimes You Have To Filter Through Trash To Find Treasure

Dads, Dating, Divorce, Emotional, Love, Moms, Relationships, Self Help, Starting Over

Sure, no one gets married with the intentions of getting divorced, but, as we know, it happens. Often. Here’s the thing, though: despite the devastation and heart-break of going through a divorce, I think more good than harm…