Preserving Your Family, in a Divorce
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Preserving Your Family, in a Divorce

When marriages end there is loss, sadness and devastation in trying to gather the pieces and rebuild your life and your children’s lives. Making it harder than it has to be is unnecessary and only prolongs the pain and agony of the inevitable process known as Divorce.The word itself sounds painful.

Separated or Divorced: The Easy Road?
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Separated or Divorced: The Easy Road?

Have you ever heard someone say that instead of working things out a couple is taking the easy road by deciding to separate and divorce?  I have and all I can say to those ignorant people is “Seriously?  You have no idea what it takes to get divorced.” Making the decision that a relationship in which you’ve invested YEARS of your life is better off ending than continuing is FAR from easy.  In fact, it’s usually gut wrenching.  Although there are the extremely rare people who enter into a marriage with the intent that it end

3 Easy Steps To A Happy Divorce (Really!)
No more crying and pints of ice cream.
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3 Easy Steps To A Happy Divorce (Really!)

It's pretty much expected for people to be unhappy about getting a divorce. After all, nobody gets married, expecting to sign divorce papers later down the line. But how do you have a happy (or at least happier) divorce? Our expert offers her best advice!

Dealing With The Anger When The Relationship Over
Before you're about to burst, try one of these easy steps to control your anger.
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Dealing With The Anger When The Relationship Over

When a relationship ends, it is very easy to become upset and angry. And why not? It's a natural human emotion. However, the way you express our anger can have an impact on those around you. So, here are some tips to release your anger in a harmless way so you can get rellaxed faster.

Is It A Bump, Or The End Of The Road?
Sometimes you hit a bump that you just can't get over
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Is It A Bump, Or The End Of The Road?

There are always bumps in every relationship; some are easier than others but every relationship has them. However, what happens when a relationship hits a bump that it can't seem to overcome? Is it really another bump or the end of the relationship?

Rules For Emailing Your Ex-Spouse
No need to be TOS'ed by an ex-husband!
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Rules For Emailing Your Ex-Spouse

It's simple to talk to an old flame when you don't have to look at him. So, an email relationship post-divorce is ideal. But when there are children involved in your relationship, keeping things civil between the two of you is even more paramount. Keeping the emails free of judgement, blame and arrogance is key to keeping a rift in your adult relationship from causing a rift in the one with your kids.

The Worst Divorce Advice
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The Worst Divorce Advice

You may feel as if you are on an emotional roller-coaster, during and after your divorce. You are grieving over the death of your marriage as well as your hopes and dreams for the future. It is a very traumatic time, yet it is vital that you make life-changing decisions as you go through the process in order to secure your future.

9 Tips For Dealing With Your Crazy, Narcissist Ex
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9 Tips For Dealing With Your Crazy, Narcissist Ex

A narcissist may come across as arrogant and selfish. They undermine others to inflate their own sense of self. They truly believe that the world revolves around them. People and things are there for them to use when and if they please. They are unable to show true empathy for others, which make it difficult to maintain a loving, healthy relationship.

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Is your marriage over?
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Do You Need A Divorce Coach?

Many women are so wrapped up in the routine of their busy hectic lives that they fail to see increasing signs that their husbands have gradually become more distant. This was the case of a recent client, Jen. Can you relate to her story?

Divorce Coaching
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Divorce Coaching

When going through a divorce, the changes to immediate family and living arrangements and even budgeting are well-recognized.  Beyond this there are changes to the social life, connections within any faith-based community, relationships with extended family, individual confidence, and of course emotional well-being.  Despite the fact that there are a multitude of challenges to recognize and address, coaching does provide a positive process for focusing on the future.

Does Valentines Day Depress You?
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Does Valentines Day Depress You?

As Valentine’s Day approaches divorced women are wondering how they deal with it, a day that is devoted to romance and love.  Divorced women often report that their pain of loss increases as they are bombarded with images of hearts and flowers everywhere they look. They cannot even walk inside of a grocery store without seeing big white teddy bears holding large red heart candy boxes. To make matters worse, it appears that there are happy couples everywhere!