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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Staying Civil During Divorce

Staying Civil During Divorce: Why It Matters

The circumstances under which you decide to file for divorce can vary greatly from relationship to relationship. Specifically when betrayal is part of the equation, it can be so difficult to keep your cool and not do something rash — something that may cause years of fighting even long after…

January 31st, 2014 Divorce Process
Divorce And Children

Divorce And Children: From The Horse’s Mouth

Just this week, a Redditor who’d decided to file for divorce, thus ending his 10-year marriage, wanted to know how others who’d experienced unhappy homes saw the divorce of their parents. “There is no abuse, but there is no love, either,” he said. “It is clear at this point that…

January 29th, 2014 Divorce and Children
oklahoma hopes to add 6 months to divorce waiting period

Oklahoma Hopes To Add Six Months To Divorce Waiting Period

  Oklahoma state representative Arthur Hulbert (R) has introduced a bill that would lengthen the time that in-state couples hoping to file for divorce have to wait before they can move forward. Hulbert said he feels “we have a bill that will help strengthen families and give them time to rethink…

January 27th, 2014 Divorce Law, Oklahoma Divorce
When You Lash Out, You Lose

When You Lash Out, You Lose: Here’s Why

In a recent article for Divorce Magazine, Robert Mizrahi, founder and president of Chaos Commandos Professional Organizers, of White Plains, New York, detailed his six tips for how to behave in the event that your spouse has betrayed you. Mizrahi urges individuals thinking of divorce papers not to jump right…

January 22nd, 2014 Divorce Advice
This One Divorce Move Sets Most People Back Years

This One Divorce Move Sets Most People Back Years

When going through a divorce — even if it’s a low-conflict online divorce — many individuals can make a mistake that sets them back years in their search for happiness. They don’t pay proper attention to the emotional complexities of the situation they’re going through and instead opt to “move…

January 20th, 2014 Life After Divorce
Divorce Does Not Equal Failure

Divorce Does Not Equal Failure: Here’s Why

There is a stigma of failure that follows one around after they file for divorce. The idea that you said, “Till death do us part,” yet here you are, single again, can be a hard one to overcome. But the longer you go after the divorce, the more you realize…

January 17th, 2014 Life After Divorce
Healing from the Emotional Numbness of Divorce

De-Programming The Robot: Healing From The Emotional Numbness Of Divorce

Think back to before you or your spouse decided to file for divorce. It doesn’t really matter whether you were the leaver or the left. This works with either. You may have found yourself in a state of denial. If you were the left, you might have kept telling yourself…

January 15th, 2014 Life After Divorce
Doing It For The Kids Is The Wrong Attitude

Why ‘Doing It For The Kids’ Is The Wrong Attitude

When you’re considering the decision to file for divorce, you’re going to hear a lot of advice — specifically if you have children. Well-meaning family, friends, and experts, may tell you to stay in the marriage “for the kids,” while others will use the same logic to encourage divorce. While…

January 13th, 2014 Divorce and Children
Keep Wife Away From In-Laws

Guys, Want To Avoid Divorce? Keep Wife Away From In-Laws

Unfortunately, when couples decide to file for divorce, in-laws are often a factor. As the old adage states, “When you get married, you’re marrying families.” But a study reported last year put some actual numbers to this. Oddly enough, if a husband reports being close to his in-laws he’s 20…

January 10th, 2014 Marriage Problems & Advice
Children Aren't Handling Divorce as Well as You Think

Children Aren’t Handling The Divorce As Well As You Think, Study Says

A new study involving the children of people who file for divorce has determined that divorced parents are often in denial about the effects their breakup has on the well-being of their children. In the study, around 75 percent of participants believe their children have “coped well,” despite the fact…

January 8th, 2014 Divorce and Children

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