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  • Embrace Change

    Although we all agree that we do not like change, there are ways to ease into a life transition. Setting up stability is one of the first steps needed for change.

    Len Stauffenger
    Posted: January 14, 2011
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  • Dealing with Conflict

    Learn from Marty Babits how to work on communication exercises to battle conflicts within a relationship instead of using avoidance to overcome disagreements. A better relationship for a better life.

    Marty Babits
    Posted: January 06, 2011
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  • Seven Guidelines for Safeguarding the Middle Ground (part 1)

    If you need help regulating and resolving conflict safely, these seven guidelines are for you. Adopting these guidelines will safeguard the middle ground within your relationship. Part 1 of a 3-part series.

    Marty Babits
    Posted: January 06, 2011
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  • Seven Guidelines for Safeguarding the Middle Ground (part 2)

    No name calling. Speak honestly and judiciously. Develop patience. Think about what your partner says in terms of who your partner is. Have a Time-Out signal; use it as needed. Part 2 of a 3-part series.

    Marty Babits
    Posted: January 06, 2011
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  • Seven Guidelines for Safeguarding the Middle Ground (part 3)

    Take a moment to jot down some thoughts about the guideline that poses the greatest problem in your relationship for you in terms of your actions and behavior, then jot down your thoughts on which guideline is most problematic in your partner’s actions and behaviors.

    Marty Babits
    Posted: January 06, 2011
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  • WHAT'S THE MIDDLE GROUND?

    Learn how to find "middle ground" with your spouse, by better communicating and using the power of compassion to increase the love between you both, which helps move your relationship towards the happy, healthy marriage the two of you deserve.

    Marty Babits
    Posted: January 06, 2011
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  • Divorce Isn't Easy, But It's Doable

    Identify the essentials to having an easier divorce. Take advantage of all the support you can get including financial, legal, and emotional aspects. Different from other parts of your life, divorce can feel harder as you pursue it.

    Susan Pease Gadoua
    Posted: January 03, 2011
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  • Tears

    Are you crying over your divorce? Crying is not a sign of weakness; it is a way the body sheds the hurt. Find out how tears can play a part in your divorce healing process.

    Susan Pease Gadoua
    Posted: January 03, 2011
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  • Sharing Your Pain

    Moving on after your divorce starts with talking to someone about your feelings during and after the process, as keeping your emotions inside will only prevent you from recovering.

    Susan Pease Gadoua
    Posted: January 03, 2011
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  • Roller-Coaster Ride

    Learn how to control the extreme emotional ups and downs of a divorce. This article gives detailed advice on being patient and utilizing the supports needed to arm yourself from emotional meltdowns during divorce.

    Susan Pease Gadoua
    Posted: January 03, 2011
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