Due to the various techniques the abuser has used, you may initially doubt that you are being abused at all. Instead, you may try to convince yourself that “it isn’t that bad,” or perhaps that you are “just too sensitive.”
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Part I: What is Gaslighting? 6 Types of Gaslighting Techniques
After being subjected to the following gaslighting techniques, the victim is most often left feeling dazed and wondering if there is something wrong with him or her. Here is a clear definition of the six types of gaslighting.
What You Need to Know About a Postnuptial Agreement But Were Too Uninformed to Ask
A postnuptial agreement can protect similar items as those spelled out in a prenuptial agreement.
Ensuring the Enforceability of a Prenuptial Agreement
Everyone who gets married typically brings something of value into the marriage, which is why considering a prenuptial agreement isn’t such a bad idea.
What You Can and Cannot Do With a Prenuptial Agreement: Part 4
Knowing what you can and cannot include in a prenuptial agreement should be your first task when considering one.
How to Bring Up the Subject of a Prenuptial Agreement with Your Soon-to-be Spouse
If you start the discussions about a prenuptial agreement early and the communication lines are open, you and your soon-to-be spouse should be able to resolve most issues.
The 5 Big Myths About Prenuptial Agreements: Part 2
There are far too many myths about prenuptial agreements — most of them negative and misleading. The intent for such an agreement is to protect the parties entering in to one.
The Basics of Prenuptial Agreements Part One: Why Do You Need a Prenuptial Agreement?
Going through a divorce is difficult enough. As you process your feelings, the last thing you want to have to deal with is regret that you did not sign a prenuptial agreement.
How to Tell Your Kids That This Year’s Holiday Traditions Will Be Different
Having to explain to your kids that they won’t enjoy the same holiday traditions they once did may be difficult, but with the right approach, it can be done successfully. Here are tips for having that difficult conversation with them.
Moving On: Redesigning Your Social Life After Divorce
Now is your chance to try out new sports, new hobbies, new social activities, and new exercise classes. With all those options, you’re bound to meet plenty of new and interesting people in the process.
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