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Keep children out of the divorce drama. Divorce is the breakdown of a relationship between two adults. Let children know it is not about them and that they are loved.
About to begin a divorce, or already in the thick of one? Everything you do is just as important as all the things you don't do. Make one big mistake and your chances of upholding your best interests before the family law court could be diminished significantly.
If you find yourself suddenly single this year, consider these resolutions to set a good foundation moving forward – and to help you create the life and relationships you really want.
For divorcing people, the New Year may be a cause for anger or sadness instead of celebration. If you're in the throes of unhappy emotions now, read this article for some ideas on how to get through it.
People who are attracted to a partner who is their opposite often end up in an unhealthy relationship. Compatibility is about sharing common values and goals, having fun together, and liking each other. It helps to sustain a couple through hard times. Both chemistry and compatibility are essential to a healthy intimate relationship.
Post-divorce, being solely responsible for your financial destiny is stressful. An experienced financial planner can help you make wise investments, reduce taxes, and make sure your financial settlement will work for you both now and in the future.
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.
The holidays can be a complicated time for children of divorce. The best present divorced parents can give their children is an enjoyable and stress-free holiday season; here are 7 tips for achieving that goal.