Klohe Kardashian uses divorce as springboard for new show

Sometimes, no matter how much you put into it, a marriage does not work out. And if you have come to the realization that it is really over for you and your spouse, you may feel uncertain about taking on life as a single once more. This is a challenge that most divorcee’s face, but perhaps you could draw some inspiration from the recently divorced Khloe Kardashian.

In an interview, Ms. Kardashian described how going through her divorce from Lamar Odom ultimately gave her strength and that she was able to develop a set of “tools” for coping with post-divorce trauma.

Specifically, Ms. Kardashian focused on becoming physically fit, and she did so with such success that now she says she wants to help others. And this is the basis for her reality show “Revenge Body With Khloe Kardashian,” in which contestants work on strengthening themselves physically as well as mentally.

Of course, celebrities like Khloe Kardashian are more likely to have the resources necessary to put a lot of time, money and effort into self-improvement. But even if your life is not so extravagant, getting out of a bad marriage could afford you more opportunities than you ever thought possible. So while you almost certainly won’t become a fitness icon, you can still make improvements in ways that are important you and your personal values.

But before all of that can happen, you need to get through the divorce process and you want to do so with an eye on being as financially well situated as possible. For this reason, you may want to discuss your case with an experienced divorce attorney. The attorney can help you negotiate a settlement aimed at getting you property division, spousal support, child support and child custody terms that are fair and meet your needs.

Source: E! News, “Khloe Kardashian Says Divorce From Lamar Odom Gave Her the ”Tools” to Help Revenge Body Contestants Get ”Stronger”,” Jess Cohen, Jan 13, 2017

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