Moving On

David Glass

Once the papers are signed and the legal issues are settled, many divorced individuals struggle with insecurity about what comes next. But divorce can be your second chance at happiness—and this guide can put you on the path to that fulfilling future now.In Moving On, David Glass draws on his career as a family law attorney with a PhD in psychology, as well as his personal experiences with his own divorce, to present a one-of-a-kind handbook to life after divorce. Addressing the practical and emotional considerations of post-divorce decisions, David walks you through how to rebuild after your split, including how to:

  • Identify your goals
  • Strengthen your support system
  • Find a new home
  • Redesign your family and social lives
  • Enter the dating scene
  • And more

As difficult as it is, divorce is an opportunity to reevaluate, grow, and change. Moving On is your first step to leaving the past behind and starting your rewarding new life.

Press & Praise

J. D. Roth, executive producer for ABC's Extreme Weight Loss and NBC's The Biggest Loser, author of The Big Fat Truth

"This is the must-read guide for anybody completing a divorce who truly wants to inspect their life and make positive changes. I've spent the better part of my career in reality television, helping people to make the hard, personal decisions to improve their lives, one small change at a time. David's book takes people through each area of their life (emotional, financial, housing, parenting, social, and romantic), so they can examine, make changes, and then 'move on.'"

Debra Mandel, PhD, psychologist, and author of Dump That Chump: From Doormat to Diva in Only Nine Steps

"David's background in clinical psychology, combined with his expertise in family law, makes him the perfect go-to guy for anyone who is struggling with what to do after ending a marriage. In his book, Moving On, David compassionately delivers practical and usable advice on how to not only get through one of the most painful experiences of one's life, but actually be better off for it!"

Retired judge Isabel R. Cohen, Los Angeles Superior Court, Family Court Division

"When one door closes, another opens. This book is the antidote to post-divorce bedevilment, which we know afflicts most people and includes sadness, loss, despair, and inertia. David brings to this commonly neglected aftermath of divorce wise counsel and empathy for his clients. This book will get you moving in a life-affirming direction again."

David Glass

David J. Glass has worked both as a therapist and as a divorce attorney in a career spanning over two decades. He is a regular contributor to Divorced and Hitched magazines and has been quoted extensively in articles for New York Daily News, People, and the Huffington Post.

David lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Carol, two adult daughters, and a toddler who keeps him busy. When he’s not enjoying his family, he’s helping to raise awareness and funding for the Alzheimer’s Association, where he serves on the Board of Directors.

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