If you’re going through or have ever had a divorce, you know firsthand how isolating the experience can be. Do any of these scenarios sound familiar?

Maybe you’ve struggled in silence for years, not knowing how or when to tell your spouse you were unhappy and wanted a divorce.

Perhaps you and your partner are considering divorce, but aren’t talking about it publicly because you don’t know how to break the news to family and friends, let alone your children.

Or maybe one of you has already moved out of the family home, and the dust is beginning to settle on your new — and seemingly lonely — life as a single.

Whatever the case may be, it’s important to have a support system when you and your life partner make the difficult decision to go your separate ways.

Finding Support During a Divorce

You may already be working with a licensed therapist, and if so, that’s an important step. If not, we often recommend seeking professional help as you navigate the tricky road ahead.

However, for day-to-day situations that inevitably arise during a divorce, immediate professional help may not always be readily available. In addition, you might desire feedback and empathy from individuals who can personally relate to your situation and can offer advice accordingly. It’s in these instances — when you would like to connect with a larger community, but want to talk discreetly and without judgment — that reaching out to others may be helpful.

A Place to Share, Connect, and Find Answers

It’s with these needs in mind we are pleased to announce Divorce360 is now a part of the growing Wevorce community. This includes the Divorce360 forum, one of the largest sources of information for individuals going through a divorce. And now, this resource has moved to www.wevorce.com/community, where you can connect and share with other spouses, divorcees, and professionals.

Do you have questions about divorce or co-parenting? Need relationship advice? Or do you just want to talk to someone who understands what you’re going through? The weConnect community forum is the place to find those answers.

If you work in a profession where you assist families with divorce-related issues (as an attorney, therapist, mediator, financial planner, school counselor, etc.), you have valuable insight into the divorce process and can also be a valuable member of our online community. We’d like to invite you to join in the conversation, as well.

Join in the Conversation(s)

To get started on weConnect, create your new user account here. Next, take some time to explore the forum. You will likely find topics that interest you divided into categories, so you can access helpful information right when you need it. In addition to creating a safe space where you can share and connect with others, forum moderators will be available to answer questions or offer guidance should you need it.

Divorce may feel isolating, but we are here to assure you of one thing: you are not alone. We look forward to connecting with you.