Divorce Recovery Takes Time, Be Kind to Yourself!

Divorce Recovery Takes Time, Be Kind to Yourself!

When you’re going through a divorce, it’s perfectly normal to feel a variety of emotions. One moment, you might be sad or feeling down. The next, you might be angry or frustrated. Even if your divorce was amicable, going through a rollercoaster of emotions can be expected. 

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Post-Divorce Dating is a Whole New World; Are You Ready?

Post-Divorce Dating is a Whole New World; Are You Ready?

The idea of dating after a divorce is overwhelming for some people. Even if you’re excited about it, it’s normal to be nervous or to second-guess yourself.  Whether you were married for two years or 20 years, getting back into the dating scene isn’t always easy. It may be a completely different world than it was the last time you had a date. On top of that, your feelings about love and relationships might be different.

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Surviving the COVID-19 Pandemic with Your Soon- to- Be- Ex-Spouse- How?

Surviving the COVID-19 Pandemic with Your Soon- to- Be- Ex-Spouse- How?

If your marriage has been struggling for a while, maybe the thought of leaving your spouse has taken up a permanent space in your mind.  Or maybe you had planned on trying to work things out with marriage counseling, better communication, etc. But with the recent stay-at-home orders and social isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, life, as we know it, has changed. 

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Co-Parenting During the COVID-19 Pandemic: 4 Key Strategies

Co-Parenting During the COVID-19 Pandemic: 4 Key Strategies

It’s safe to say that the world has changed over the last several weeks. Nearly every state in the country has some sort of “stay-in-place” order—schools are closed, businesses are closed, and people are taking extra precautions to stay healthy and safe. However, parenting is never put on hold.

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Telling your spouse you want a divorce

Telling your spouse you want a divorce

Clients often struggle, for many months or even years, about how to tell their spouse they want a divorce. It could be a conversation you have over and over in your head, where it stays hidden in the recesses of your mind… and you may think,

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Divorce Stress and Your Health

Divorce Stress and Your Health

Everyone’s divorce experience is different. Some people are able to end things amicably and peacefully. Others have to go through contentious court battles. Some people will even fight over custody arrangements, property, or other assets. 

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Valentine’s Day Is Coming, and I Want to Be Alone

Valentine’s Day Is Coming, and I Want to Be Alone

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. You’ve probably already seen decorations in the stores—along with heart-shaped boxes of chocolates, bouquets of roses, and stuffed animals. 

Maybe, at one time, you relished in the holiday with your spouse. It was a wonderful experience. You had a love affair with your spouse early on in your marriage when the sparks were still strong and nothing could tear you apart. But now, things have changed.

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