Diane Tegarden came to encourage the Diva’s, especially those
finding themselves needing to know what to do in the case of
The statistics say that 50% of marriages end in divorce, but there
is hope that you will find love. Most women are married 3 times.
Just because you had a failed relationship doesn’t mean you wont
fall in love again.
It is possible to re-make yourself and find a good match as you grow.
If you give yourself a chance to heal from your past, you can change
your patterns and find a better relationship.
The number 1 reason people get divorced is money problems.
The number 1 reason women stay is they don’t think they can support themselves.
Create a budget: list how much money you need as a necessity. Then look
at the bottom line and you can see where your money is going.
If you are always needing $500 each month, YOU decide how to whittle
that down. Trim your clothing spending, and track your spending.
Another financial fitness tip: earn how to reconcile your bank
statement together, so you can both know where the money is
How can you move through a divorce?
1. Prepare your kids
2. Teach yourself financial skills
After a divorce spend at least a year alone, getting to know yourself
Diane Tegarden, an author of three published books, lives in Pasadena, with her husband and three cats. She’s been a print journalist since 1992, writing on a wide range of subjects including; renewable energy, environmental concerns, holistic health, women’s issues, and Native Spirituality. Her work has been published in: The Pasadena Star News, Security Sales Magazine, The Pasadena Weekly, The Solar Flare, The Feral Forest, Earth Luvyrs Calendar, The Daily Sundial, the West Coast Well Being, Associated Content, Health Breakthroughs and The Examiner.com.
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