New Social Community a Sanctuary for Those Dealing with Divorce
CLEVELAND, Feb. 16 /PRNewswire/ — Divorce Network is a community where members gather, aspire and inspire by drawing from each other’s real life experiences. An online community, where people can share both good or bad. Connecting people by offering and accepting, sharing and interacting.
When one looks at the entire process of divorce from “considering” to “life after”, this can span a number of years. People have friends and family to turn to, but often times our loved ones are tired of hearing the same old story and are in a different place in their lives. A person needs to get support without feeling guilty. Divorce Network has created a world that connects individuals considering divorce or separation, working thru a divorce or dealing with life after divorce.
“Many divorce support sites offer information oriented support with little interaction between individuals. We’ve tried to use real life experience, engagement and inspiration simultaneously as the bricks to build our community”, says Founder, Mike Welsh.
The Divorce Network community is there 24-7 to provide the right level of support when and where its members need it. Experts like “DivorceCoachLori”, Lori S. Rubenstein a former divorce attorney turned author and Divorce Coach, provide blogs, articles, and advice to the user community. Our experts have the ability to interact with our community in real time to share support through their advice, services and products to those who need it.
Divorce Network provides its members with stage-based content and news. In addition to industry experts, we provide an extensive search engine of resources, send and accept Friend Requests, join Groups, post Events, create your own Blogs and Instant Message members. The simple “Fencepost” allow members, staff and experts to share private or public posts of questions, stories, fears, and even humor. Members can anonymously and discreetly turn to other members in the community in the same stage as they or look ahead to people who can provide support and encourage them that things get better.
The site also offers sections for Same Sex couples as well as those in Common Law marriages who experience many of the same emotional, financial and legal issues as those that are legally married who are choosing divorce.
Real Stories. Real Support. The connections, community and support when you need it most.
Contact: John Vojtush, CEO & President 330-310-5112 info@DivorceNetwork.com
SOURCE Divorce Network