Divorce is synonymous with overwhelm and not only due to the details of reaching a settlement. Collateral damage often occurs in divorce’s impact on a person’s health and is often neglected. It is something that might not even be a consideration, but must be one.
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Working through relationship conflict doesn’t have to mean “fighting.” Here’s a better approach for those with divorce or co-parenting problems to solve.
Separation and divorce can be one of the hardest challenges, ever, but there are steps you can take to get through the process so much more successfully and move forward in such a better way.
When a marriage loses the positive dynamics and romance it once had, it’s easy to think that there’s no hope, no love anymore. Even if you’ve grown apart, there may be hope if you both share a desire to make the relationship work.
Recalibrating your life can be the most important change you make. It is hard moving forward, but it is the only way to make your life better.
While divorce coaching is a relatively new profession, clients, attorneys and others who work with those going through divorce are finding that the divorce coach fills a void that existed in the past.
What are the known predictors of a marriage heading for divorce? How are these different from a stable, happy marriage? It may be surprising, but the difference can be found in three simple words.
Whether it’s divorce or working on your relationship, if you don’t face your fears and step up, you will be failing to launch in your relationship.
As life evolves, so does marriage. Couples who learn to accept reasonable expectations – which must include spending quality time together – could save their marriage and make it more rewarding than they ever thought it could be.
While divorce may seem the easiest way to deal with an unhappy marriage, it can result in tremendous loss and pain. Before you decide to call it quits, consider these four arguments against divorce.