Category Archives: Career

Post-Divorce Hilly: Why, Hello, Dahling!

I’m delighted to welcome Hilly as my Guest Blogger today.  Hilly responded to a Facebook post on the Divorced Women’s Club page by sharing the link to her article, this morning I took some time to read it, more than once 🙂 and I love it…….  I hope you enjoy her writing as much as […]

WHAT DO YOU NEED FOR EFFECTIVE SELF LEADERSHIP?

Women come to me for help. The end of a relationship is a highly emotive time and there is not a great deal of difference in the emotional and physical responses from the stay at home mum with children, the women who have been married for 20+ years and professional women in those first 3 to 6 months. Divorce wipes people out, they can’t think straight, and many lose every inch of their self worth and confidence. Their lives have been turned upside down and they struggle to come to terms with the reality of a situation they never signed up for.

There is no way I could address all the different situations and circumstances that women come from and through because of the end of a relationship. Relationships do not fall into a common category simply because no two people involved in a relationship have the same personalities, beliefs, values or lifestyle choices as any other couple on the planet.

MANAGING FALSE ACCUSATIONS

When two people are involved in conflict, one or both parties driven by a desire for revenge and control with the sole intend being to destroy their ex partners life, their careers and/or their relationship with their children.

STUCK IN A MONEY RUT?

Let’s talk about money! It’s up there with topics like politics, religion and sex when it comes to having discussions about it with a partner, a colleague or a friend or your ‘friendly’ bank manager. Far too many women really struggle financially as an outcome of separation and divorce. And yes, I know a lot […]

OH SHIT! DIVORCED AND NEED A JOB – Continued

‘My Exciting Career’ – The next bit. If you haven’t read the previous post then now is a good time to do that. In Part 1 I mentioned that the job market consists of both the VISIBLE MARKET (that which you can see online of employment opportunities like SEEK or advertised generally) and the HIDDEN […]

OH SHIT! DIVORCED AND NEED A JOB?

‘My Exciting Career’ Something for you ladies to begin to think about if you find yourself suddenly single, no income to call your own, and no job, another slap in the face as you face life after divorce as a single woman. Thoughts racing through your mind, overwhelmed with thoughts of not being able to […]