10 Best Blogs Divorcees

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10 Best Blogs for Divorcees

C. Price

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C. Price

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Settling back into single life presents a whole host of challenges, whether you’re in your 20s or in your 60s.

The 10 Best Blogs for Divorcees thrive at providing content and insights to help divorcees embrace their new life with greater confidence.

Bragging Rights: from rock bottom to smiling

Since divorcing seven years ago, Jackie Pilossoph has worked to help others who are going through the same transition, all while penning a strong series of novels on the subject. The topic “Who Gets Custody of the Memories?” looks at why burning photos is really burning yourself, bringing her own experience to the forefront for newcomers of divorce.

Social Clout: 764+ likes, 1,316+ followers

URL: http://www.divorcedgirlsmiling.com/

Bragging Rights: technically everyone gets divorced

Jeanne and Jessica admit they aren’t experts at divorce, but they are experts at making fun of it. From the tedious and wacky legal process, to learning to cope with re-entry into single life, these friends always find the punchline. A very active readership frequently steps into the conversations with their own takes.

Social Clout: 4,437+ likes

URL: http://everyonegetsdivorced.com/

Bragging Rights: the U.K.’s leading divorce provider

Quickie Divorce provides a great overview of the entire process of divorce – English-style from both the legal and emotional standpoint. Understanding the ins and outs and how they will likely impact your ultimate outcome is key. The best part is this team breaks down the timeline of what to expect and when.

Social Clout: 1,180+ followers, 718+ likes

URL: http://www.quickie-divorce.com/

Bragging Rights: the feel-good exit to post-divorce peace

Allison Pescosolido is the voice behind Divorce Detox, proactively challenging and changing the stigma of divorce and relationships on a national level. The site features her own programs, offering the necessary tools, support and guidance for rebuilding your life. She is frequently called on by the media sources like CNN and The Huffington Post.

Social Clout: 939+ followers

URL: http://divorcedetox.com/

Bragging Rights: I’m divorced. I’m not dead.

Divorce is not death is the credo at Amira Young’s blog. A journalist in Southern California, her content often deals directly with the subject at hand. Divorce, with all its glory and headaches, is explored with thoughtful consideration and a sense of humor. La Divorcee Vita focuses more on the written word over a flurry of photos.

Social Clout: 216+ followers

URL: http://www.ladivorceevita.com/

Bragging Rights: parenting after divorce

When the Flames Go Up focuses specifically on the challenges of co-parenting after divorce. The content is drawn around younger children and teens and maintaining a healthy family unit as they grow into adulthood. Bringing the viewpoints of both a mother and a father, the site offers balance and perspective.

Social Clout: 253+ followers

URL: http://whentheflamesgoup.com/

Bragging Rights: getting a divorce is tough

Robin Graine’s site brings an unusual approach, with a former legal specialist in the field offering some clear guidance through the obstacle course. She strongly believes acrimonious separations can be avoided through calm mediation and mutual respect. She also brings fresh perspective to the emotional issues at play.

Social Clout: 82+ likes, 197+ followers

URL: http://fairfaxdivorceblog.com/

Bragging Rights: top source for divorce-related headlines

At Total Divorce, readers can find the latest news on celebrity divorces or those high-dollar settlements among the uber-wealthy. Their focus leans to the strategies put in place, the custody battles fought and the high-profile lawyers who often make names for themselves on these cases.

URL: http://www.totaldivorce.com/

Bragging Rights: a view from the battlefield

Diary of My Divorce’s impressive archive tracks back to early 2005, with a full record of the author’s personal advancement following her divorce. She turned to comedy as a way to express her feelings, which lead to the blog. She revels in not just poking fun at her ex but also at herself.

URL: http://diaryofmydivorce.blogspot.com/

Bragging Rights: providing divorce support since 1997

A team of legal eagles gathered to create Divorce Support, which is devoted to providing quality state-by-state details on the process, the local procedures and the wait times to be expected. While the site deals largely with the legal end, they also offer help on saving the marriage whenever possible.

URL: http://divorcesupport.com/

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