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In grey divorce, when a transition lover appears, the challenge is to recognize this temporary relationship for what it is. Here’s divorce advice on how to be thankful and what to do when it ends. New, permanent partners are out there, even later in life.
Insomnia and divorce often go together. 3 a.m. divorce demons are haunting and scary. You can avoid them. Here's divorce advice to help you go to sleep, stay asleep, and and wake up feeling rested rather than exhausted.
Is your relationship ready for a rebirth or heading towards divorce? Here's how to know if, when, and how to begin the divorce process this year.
If you are considering divorce, don't go through it alone! Build your own divorce team! Here are a few professionals that should be playing and not warming the bench.
Holiday divorce blues aren’t forever, though it feels that way now. Is there a pill for divorce-recovery loneliness during the holidays? Yes, but here’s straight-shooting divorce advice on alternative methods. Turn pain into gain, and learn a new life-skill: nurturing yourself.
Premarital counseling helps prevent future divorce by laying the foundation for a healthy relationship – which includes learning effective communication and conflict-resolution skills.
Parental alienation generally occurs when one parent sways a child into disengaging with the other parent, usually by speaking negatively about the other parent and/or refusing to permit or coordinate contact and timesharing between the child and that other parent.
In divorce recovery, starting over in a new town after divorce is daunting, especially if over 50, if kids have left, if the job is gone, or if you're retired. It takes courage and bravery to create a whole new life from scratch – especially after grey divorce. Here’s how.