When Your Marriage Ends: The First Months After Divorce by Vivian Hodges [REVIEW]

SYNOPSIS

You wake up one day and your planned happily ever after is gone! As a woman who wanted to make her marriage work, you suddenly find yourself feeling stuck, struggling to process your new normal, and desperate to move on with your life. If you’re in this situation and you’ve been looking for practical, easy-to-use, and realistic methods that will help you use your divorce to rediscover yourself and build a new life, then look no further; you’ve found the perfect book!

Research shows that although 70% of people who initiate divorce are confident they’d done the right thing, almost 50% of them are haunted by one fear: being alone in the wake of such a traumatic experience. The good news, though, is that the chaos won’t last forever!

When Your Marriage Ends is more than just a comprehensive guide that will help you cope during the first few months after your separation. With an empathetic and supportive tone, it’ll help you bid farewell to the old you and help you embrace a transformed woman who’s about to create a meaningful and beautiful life for herself.

Inside When Your Marriage Ends, you’ll discover:

  • Tools designed to support you as you embrace your past, handle your current reality, and transition into a bright and positive future.
  • Effective steps that will allow you to identify, process, and manage difficult emotions, even if you’ve failed before!
  • Tips to make you feel better faster and move on from your ex in a healthy manner.
  • Practical methods you can start implementing today that will help you prepare yourself mentally, emotionally, financially, and socially during the first few months after your divorce.
  • Your days of feeling like you’re a failure have come to an end! By using the resources provided in this book, you’ll realize that you’re destined to live a fulfilling life, no matter how difficult things have been for you. No more crying over a failed relationship, blaming yourself, or giving up on the woman you’ve always dreamed of being!

Are you ready to embrace your life after divorce? Then read When Your Marriage Ends now!

REVIEW

Let me start by saying that I am happily married but my parents divorced when I was in junior high and experienced plenty of relationship trauma.

This book offers a straightforward and honest look at coping with divorce from a secular viewpoint.


I received this book FREE from the author, publisher, distributor, or other source. My only obligation is to provide a fair and honest review.

5 comments

  1. Marriage is under attack and they need all the help that they can get. Keep up the good work.

    I pray that you will receive love and joy this Christmas season and the New Year. Thank you for your kind support throughout this year and I am looking forward to see you next year.

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  2. As a woman who is going through a divorce at this moment you can never always end in a healthy marriage. For me after being married for thirty years, my husband cheating on me, into porn, into drugs and on top of that he abuse me and try to kill our daughter who is chronically ill and also has adrenal cancer, a doctor confirm it as well, and he also abuse her in a way that no father should ever touch his daughter. Unless you have been through a divorce (I hope that you haven’t) you can not understand, I loved this man with every ounce of my being however I would never bow down to worship him or any man in this earth. I have a protection order against him he was removed by the police back in May.

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      • I thank God every day for his protection over me and my daughters and his unconditional love. Our Lord continues to walk with us my oldest who my husband was trying to kill I have seen improvements with her health I don’t know if she will ever walk again but now I hear her laughter and her singing and that is something I truly thought would never happen God did answer my prayers her laughter is music to my ears
        Blessings to you my friend

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