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In conflicted divorce, about 80% of e-mail communication is used to vent, blame, or re-engage the other parent; the other 20% might be related to child-related matters. Learn the one thing you must do to protect yourself and your children in divorce.
When infidelity is discovered during the divorce process, you feel blindsided, furious, humiliated and hurt. After my own experience, I provide my favorite tips for those struggling through the impact of cheating during an already volatile divorce. This is how to stay strong and thinking "forward!".
If your New Year is starting with getting a divorce, follow these four simple tips to help you gain clarity and confidence about your decision – whether you stay or leave.
Therapy can offer a life-altering experience. However, advocating self-expression during a high-conflict divorce can have catastrophic consequences.
Whether currently married, previously married, or never before married, parents who live in different home will benefit from this guide.
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.
When deciding to file for divorce, there are many considerations that you and your partner will need to make, especially when kids are involved.
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.