My Interview For Fox News on Financial Education for Women

When I decided to get a divorce, I was terrified. I was financially dependent and desperately trying to grow my income. Three years later, with a lot of hard work and sweat…I am doing it, thanks to the help of an amazing organization called Savvy Ladies.

Please watch this video and share. It could help a woman who is struggling in silence.

Watch the interview here.

With Hope,

Laura

8 Stereotypes of Divorced Women

Stereotypes exist for a reason they say, but it doesn’t mean that we should make judgments or pass assumptions based on some mythological stereotype. I wrote an article on stereotypes of divorced men, and so here are some of the stereotypes divorced women face each day…whether the experience is true or completely false for them. Instead of making assumptions that all divorces and divorced people act along “gendered lines,” we would really benefit if we could agree that divorce doesn’t look the same for anyone. I know not one single person that has my exact “divorce story,” and to recognize that divorce impacts people and children in different ways will only help us make new lives post-divorce, better…for all of us.

1- She’s a gold-digger

Not all divorcing women are rolling in alimony from their heads to their toes. Reality is some women pay their former spouses, not the other way around. People assume falsely so that not only will a woman “be financially okay,” but she’ll also make out big after her divorce, leaving her ex floundering.

That certainly isn’t my situation by any stretch of the imagination, nor is it many people I happen to know.

Read More: 8 Stereotypes of Divorced Women

 

Not Rolling In It,

Laura