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Divorce advice and the holidays: Coping with divorce means handling the hurt from people who were formerly your friends. One self-message helps you through it all. Use it and keep the holidays positive for yourself and your kids.
Some folks describe their divorces as a mutual parting of ways. They characterize their new relationship with their ex-spouses as a 50/50 partnership. But that's not how it works for everyone. It certainly didn't for me.
Divorcing couples are often mired in the mud between them, and this is often true in Hollywood as well. The divorce of Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale offers a contrast on this point. Gwen has been very open and yet she has been very kind. What choice will you make about your own divorce?
When coping with divorce, one parent’s “gift showering” can be stressful for the kids and on the divorce. Divorce advice: shared experience rather than presents makes kids happy. Follow these tips to balance over-indulgence from your ex during divorce recovery.
When coping with divorce, divorce advice comes from surprising sources -- even long-married couples. Divorce recovery means letting go of fear, and living life loudly. Here's how.
Financial abuse is insidious, cloaked in false “protectiveness,” a form of bullying, and a precursor to domestic violence. It leaves no bruises, but it really, really hurts.
What Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's family situation says about our society. I wish everyone in this family situation well.
Adult children of divorce aren’t responsible for their parents' happiness. Coping with divorce of long-term married parents requires strategies to take care of your own life, first.