The art of how to ask for a divorce requires you to anticipate the fears, needs, and negative emotions that your spouse will experience when you bring up the subject. Here are six tips for breaking the news.
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The longer you live together, the more you expose your implicit bias – which could turn minor annoyances from the beginning of your relationship into deal-breakers.
It may seem counterintuitive, but successful relationships include divorces – and the same rules for successful marriages also apply to successful divorces.
Just because someone wants to make you responsible for their life doesn’t make you a bad person. This is your opportunity to help them take responsibility for their life.
Here are five rules of engagement for positive interaction with your ex.
There are words to avoid – those that exhaust, hurt, and undermine – and words to use liberally – those that invigorate, heal, and strengthen – after divorce.
Authority issues, childhood trauma, and emotional immaturity can all be factors in why so many marriages fail.
Focusing on the positive aspects of your life today helps overcome the fear of an uncertain future.
Oftentimes maturity is tested through the trauma of divorce. The 10 Commandments of Divorce will help you be the adult in the room and guide you from start to finish
Statistics show that women initiate divorce in up to 80% of cases. As a divorce lawyer, here are my 6 insights into why women are more likely to file for divorce than men.