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Our Favorite Divorce and Lifestyle Blogs
When you’re going through a divorce, it’s not always easy to see the light at the end of the tunnel, but trust us, it’s there. Sometimes, it helps to read about the experiences of people who have gone through a divorce and come out of it happier, healthier, and ready to take on the world.
To help guide you through this transition, we’ve compiled a list of our top-five favorite divorce and lifestyle blogs. They range from individual stories to online communities, each with a different perspective and message. The internet is full of helpful resources and thoughtful advice, and most importantly, constant reminders that you are not alone in this.
Transitioning to Me is a blog of positivity, lifestyle, and self-love, designed for anyone who is currently transitioning through a separation or exploring life after divorce. Cassandra writes about her personal journey and gives advice to help people through their own.
Divorced Moms is a guide for mothers written by mothers. Their articles encompass everything from yoga to custody agreements, offering a full service community for women and single mothers.
The Good Men Project is captioned, “The conversation no one else is having,” and we think that’s pretty accurate. Mommy Blogs are all the rage, but sometimes it’s harder to find reliable resources for men who are going through divorce or custody issues. The Good Men Project offers it all.
The First Wives World is a way to get active and involved in a community that specializes in relationships, divorce, and self-healing. Women of all shapes and experiences contribute to the blogs and the forums are private and allows space for the discussions that you can’t always have with your single girlfriends.
Divorced Girl Smiling seems to be everyone’s personal favorite, so it’s no surprise that it’s our favorite as well. We’ve added the brother blog, Divorced Guy Grinning, as a two-for-one. Both blogs are informative and inspirational, helping to guide their readers through the thick of it and giving hope for what lies ahead.
Whether you’ve just filed or you’re starting to date again, you are absolutely not alone. There’s thousands of resources online and in your community to help you. If you have any divorce and family blogs to recommend, please let us know. We’re always looking for a longer list of favorites.