The hardest question you may ever be faced with is “Should I stay or should I go?” If you have been unhappy for a long time, deciding whether your marriage is over may be the most difficult decision you ever make.
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Here are five signs that indicate you are ready to forgive your ex-spouse and/or the circumstances that led to your divorce. Learn more about how to forgive here.
Some of this is old news, some may be new to you. Each one of these is a challenge unto itself, but effective parenting, meaning you, can be the overriding factor in making or breaking your child’s adjustment.
Domestic abuse can be verbal, emotional, sexual, financial, or psychological abuse. They all play an equally poisonous role in contributing to the insidious rot of abuse.
The emotional rollercoaster of divorce, characterized by depths of despair one day and euphoric highs the next, can aptly be compared to a rollercoaster. While some may enjoy living on the edge, I certainly did not appreciate the unpredictable twists and turns that came at breakneck speed during my own divorce.
Ten helpful tips to keep your divorce peaceful even if you are dealing with a high-conflict or narcissistic spouse. You may not achieve the perfect “conscious uncoupling” but you may just save some sanity and real money on legal bills.
The top four frustrations people lose sleep over during divorce, as well as helpful antidotes and strategies to cope with each.
A three-step formula to feel less trapped by the terms of your divorce.
Fear of the unknown during a divorce is like being in a cave of inky darkness. Here’s how to get through it.
How to apply the Be-Do-Have Coparenting Model, a well-known coaching tool that helps coparents communicate with an ex-spouse.