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Helping Your Child through a Divorce

Helping Your Child through a Divorce Going through a divorce is never a pleasant experience. No matter how well you used to get along and how in love you used to be, sometimes it’s best to move on and keep on living without your spouse. Divorces aren’t always messy, difficult, and traumatic, but they... read more

Five Things That Will Help You Overcome Your Divorce

Five Things That Will Help You Overcome Your Divorce The Secret To Getting Over Divorce Is Telling Yourself These 5 Things  Your thoughts, not your circumstances, determine if you thrive after divorce. You could end up with the house, your preferred custody plan, the china and the crystal, and still blame your ex for... read more

Confessions of a Part-Time Mom

Confessions of a Part-Time Mom Divorce and shared custody suits me, and it suits my kids, too. Divorce hits with a particular brutality when small children are involved. My ex-husband and I agreed to joint custody, and we co-parent amicably, so our situation is better than most. And yet, adding to... read more

Social Media Dos and Don’ts During a Divorce

Social Media Dos and Don’ts During a Divorce Social media is a great source of information for lawyers.  The very nature of the medium is to let others know what you’re doing and what you’re thinking. Sometimes, however, “what you’re doing and what you’re thinking” may be things you would just as soon not have... read more

How To Regain Confidence After Divorce

How To Regain Confidence After Divorce Life after a divorce can be painful, mostly because ending a relationship with someone you once cared about feels like a loss, and let’s face it losses hurt. However, life does go on, and eventually the pain of losing your loved one does go away. For some people... read more

How to Manage a Divorce While Maintaining Your Career

How to Manage a Divorce While Maintaining Your Career These are tips to keep your career on track even when your marriage is off track. Divorce can sometimes feel like a heavyweight fight. Trying to juggle a career and motherhood in a two-parent household is difficult enough; it’s even more stressful when you’re doing it... read more

The 5 Stages Of Divorce

The 5 Stages Of Divorce There are many things you can do to turn your relationship around when you find yourself on a rocky road, if you’re willing to team up and face reality together—and that will only happen if you both want your marriage to last. The key factor in getting back on track... read more

What Not to say to someone going through a divorce

What Not to say to someone going through a divorce Learning how to say the right things starts with learning what the wrong things are. I was about to start with, “It blows my mind…”, but I realize it’s actually not much of a surprise to be compiling this list. As a psychiatry resident, I have started to become... read more

Starting Over Financially After Divorce

Starting Over Financially After Divorce Starting over financially after a divorce is often tough, especially if shared assets like a mortgage were involved. Not to mention, it’s not something people usually prepare for, either. Here are some tips to help you reclaim your financial independence after a... read more

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