"You don't have to drink every day to have a problem," Buser says.
"Drinking a six pack is a binge." Buser's advice: Connect with other guys.
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"Expand your social and professional network to avoid isolation." He also says that the aftermath of a divorce is great time to go back to school. "The last thing the kids want to see is parents getting involved with someone else," says Gordon E.You might also find yourself giggling, laughing and feeling entertained and uplifted while reading some of the articles.Additionally, Divorced Girl Smiling is a great place to find resources for business and professionals you might need during and after your divorce.Almost every woman I know is in the same situation: We had a career before we had kids, and now we want to (or have to) go back to work and don't know what the heck we're supposed to do!Women over 40 want flexibility and they want to feel good and b...It keeps you active, stimulates your mind, potentially advances your career, and gets you out of the house. Finley, Ph D, a psychologist who specializes in issues facing divorced men and an emeritus professor of psychology at Florida International University in Miami. Date when you feel ready, but leave the kids out of it." Buser agrees."Focus on the other adult when starting a relationship," he says."Workloads go up and down, schedules can shift, and you want some way to take that into account." If you're a dad, divorce doesn't change that.Your child still needs you as a father, not as a visitor.In his research, he's found that when dads learn how to put compromises before conflict and competition, both the kids and the parents do better."Learn to manage as well as you can from the middle ground," says Braver.