LuckyDivorce provides information and advice for men restarting their lives after divorce. Most guys say it takes at least two years to restart their lives after getting divorced. The legal stuff is just terrible, but it’s not just that, it’s figuring out how to handle the basic areas of life in a totally new situation. If you’re getting divorced, you often don’t know where you’re going to live. Once you have a space, it’s empty and you doesn’t know how to furnish it. Maybe you don’t know how to cook, or even if you do there’s no pots, no pans, no appliances, nothing to cook with. Your family situation is completely up in the air. You can barely keep himself in any reasonable shape. And dating? What a disaster.
So LuckyDivorce addresses these five key areas of your life: Furnishings, Food, Family, Fitness and Dating. We call these the Five Fundamentals.
Think of this site as the training manual for restarting your life after divorce. You can work your way through each of the Five Fundamentals, or just browse around at your leisure. Follow your needs ... If you’re like most men after divorce, you’re a wreck. Are you staring at an empty room, your new place that doesn’t feel like home? Start in Furnishings. Are you hungry? Check out Food. Does thinking about your kids make you cry? Read about Family. Do you feel like you’re going crazy? Or are you getting fat? Whether it’s your mind or your body, that’s about Fitness. Do you want to get back out there and have a relationship, or at least have some company? Check out Dating if you’ve got the stones.
To get an idea of what your life could be life if you figure out how to get over divorce, see these Success Stories.
Check out Start.LuckyDivorce.com for an easy way to help your friend!
No. LuckyDivorce was written by men, with the idea that men usually aren’t any good at helping each other through difficult emotional times. So the articles are mostly written from a male perspective, and the idea of helping through a website seemed to be the kind of thing that a guy would do. But women can use the site just as well, and might find some of the articles informative, or at least entertaining. We’d be happy to develop more stuff specifically for women if there’s interest.
LuckyDivorce was created from personal experience with divorce. The entire journey seemed so difficult, but the reward so great, that we wanted to share the lessons learned with everyone who might benefit. We’ve been there, done that, done it wrong and done it right.
Please visit our About page for more information, and you can submit a form there to ask any question you like!