In many ways, relationships are ruled by the routines partners establish for themselves. These patterns create a dynamic and a good, healthy partnership, or can subvert a couple’s chances at happiness and longevity.
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How considering virtual reality versus actual reality helped me cope with my divorce.
Although the issue of gifted and inherited assets is not a new topic in the context of a Massachusetts Divorce I have recently seen an uptick in interest in this topic. So, it is time to revisit this issue.
There are so many things you can do to get connected with your community after a divorce. The most important thing is to take that leap and do it! The next chapter officially starts now, and you’re in charge of how it’s written.
While most contemporary social media news stories appear to center around politics, the impact social media has had on divorce litigation cannot be denied.
Grief can be a part of the divorce process and beyond. It is mourning what was and will never be again.
Divorce is not an easy thing to go through. When you’re divorcing someone with mental illness, it can be even more difficult.
It can be hard to imagine going on a date, especially after a long-term marriage. These three keys will help you step into the dating pool with confidence!
“Celebrate” and “divorce” don’t usually go hand-in-hand. But you can find joy and even celebrate parts of it – if you look in the right places.
Learn about creative variations within each path that might better suit your family situation and divorce goals.