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Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Facebook Culprit

Ask anyone what the most popular social network is these days, and they will quickly tell you it’s Facebook. Terms like status update, like button, and profile picture have become part of our everyday vocabulary. We voluntarily share details about our personal lives through online status updates, photo albums, and…

April 29th, 2013 Divorce and Social Media, Marriage Problems & Advice

Financial Cheaters Never Prosper

Besides the whole gravity thing, either love or money make the world go ’round; the catch is we aren’t exactly sure which one, or how much of both, cause the earth to make its orbit. If you look at the link between divorce and finances, you’re inclined to believe money…

April 26th, 2013 Divorce and Finances, Divorce Process, Divorce Settlement

All You Need is Love?

The title above not only refers to a delightful Beatles song, it’s also a question that many filing for divorce might ask themselves at one point or another. In our love-struck culture, filled with thousands of songs and movies buzzing on the topic, it can be easy jumping to a…

April 26th, 2013 Life After Divorce, Marriage Problems & Advice

Divining the Divorcing Time

In matters of the heart, all logic and reason seem to fly out the window; but when times get tough for romantics, hopefully the romantics turn into philosophers. In most marriages, there was something special that drew the people together in the first place. But over the years (or year),…

April 24th, 2013 Divorce Process, Marriage Problems & Advice

A Stepchild’s Perspective

Anyone who has ever been in close proximity to a child for 5 or more minutes knows that they usually love to talk; they talk about anything and everything under the sun. Simply sitting back and listening to a wee one chat can be both endearing and fascinating. You might…

April 23rd, 2013 Divorce and Children, Divorce Parenting

Need Some Artistic Healing?

If you have ever had your heart stomped on, or even dented, you probably have tried your hand at some sort of creative outlet. Maybe you found painting or playing an instrument (or an experimental art mixture of the two) to be just the kind of right brain exercise you…

April 22nd, 2013 Life After Divorce

Brain Science and Broken Hearts

Understanding how a traumatic event, such as heartbreak, affects a person biologically can sometimes help the sufferer cope. Thanks to studies in neuroscience, this theory is readily available to put into practice. It turns out that the body’s reaction to social rejection likely originates from the brain’s response to physical…

April 19th, 2013 Divorce Process, Life After Divorce

The Cold Feet of Autonomy

Navigating the dating world has become quite a different undertaking since our parents’ time. In the era of utmost personal autonomy, traditional courtship has become a thing of the past. Modern dating frequently involves a mere series of text messages and casual hook-ups, with young men and women keeping each…

April 18th, 2013 Marriage Problems & Advice

Divorce Recovery 101: Don’t Rush It

Among the most important, if not the most important, parts of moving on after a divorce or breakup is the quality of grief you let yourself experience and the success of your recovery that follows. Filing for divorce or ending a relationship is similar to a death. And similar to…

April 17th, 2013 Life After Divorce

Proactive Change in the Face of Divorce

There tends to be two basic coping mechanisms following abrupt, and at many times difficult, changes in one’s life. The fight-or-flight response summarizes them well. In the fight response,  you take the change head on, courageously facing the issues that arise as you fight to keep your head above water.…

April 16th, 2013 Divorce Process, Life After Divorce

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