A midlife divorce does not need to be the end of everything. It can be the beginning of an exciting new future that you never could have imagined.
Breaking up later in life brings its own set of problems and worries. Steve LePoidevin offers suggestions and a road map to beginning a fulfilling new life after divorce, based on his own experiences. Since his 20-year marriage ended almost two decades ago, he has lived in three different countries and led an exciting life of work, travel and wonderful experiences with a new partner.
Among other things, you will discover:
• 9 criteria that describe most divorcees over 40
• 9 reasons that couples break up and how to stop them from happening again
• How to repack your emotional suitcase before you continue your journey
• 8 money saving tips
• 8 tips for dealing with children during this difficult time
• 15 tips for those that decide to try dating again
• Scientific research on how relationships develop
He encourages you to forget your ex, follow your heart and move on to live your dreams. You, too, can create a new future for yourself and those around you. The world as you knew it may be over but you have yet to find out what the future holds. It might surprise you!
Targeted Age Group:: 40+
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I first put a few words on paper soon after my divorce almost twenty years ago. It was a simultaneous process of venting and reflection about my marriage that had lasted over twenty years. Writing about it was one of many processes that helped me through this difficult time. That initial manuscript became a very short ebook that I published with minimal time and energy on my part. I recently returned to the manuscript, beefed up the content, changed the title and republished it as Starting Over After Midlife Divorce.
Some baggage is constant, some changes. It depends on the trip. In any case, there is always baggage you should leave behind, but nobody ever does. It is the same with life as you move on after a divorce. As a singe person, we don't have much more than a carry-on, but after marriage and divorce, there may be enough baggage to fill a few suitcases. Now it's time to choose what to take with you for the rest of your journey and what to leave behind.
I'm sure everyone goes through similar thoughts and processes after it is all over. Let's spend a little time discussing the most common ones and the choices you have to deal with them. How you deal with your feelings of grief, despair, betrayal, anger, abandonment and fear about the future will determine how successful your post-divorce ife will be.
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