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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Civility: The Key to a Peaceful Divorce

Civility: The Key To A Peaceful Divorce

Recently, Huffington Post shared a crowd-sourced list of the 10 crucial questions to ask before deciding to file for divorce. In the short listing, there were some really good responses, including these gems: Do I honestly see myself spending the rest of my life with this person as my companion?;…

April 30th, 2014 Divorce Advice
Depression and Marital Stress Linked

Depression And Marital Stress Linked (Not Surprisingly)

In news that should surprise no one, stressful marriages have been linked to depression. The pseudo-revelation comes from researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with the full study first published in the April edition of the Journal of Psychophysiology. The Study Over the course of an 11-year period, married participants…

April 29th, 2014 Marriage Problems & Advice
money-mistakes-and-divorce

Money Mistakes And Divorce

The most common reason people decide to file for divorce is financial, so it should really come as no surprise that they make a lot of financial mistakes when they’re going through the process. Money matters can grow even more common during divorce because the situation too often becomes emotionally…

April 28th, 2014 Divorce and Finances
Balance Work and Marriage

3 Ways To Balance Work And Marriage

Many marriages end up in one spouse deciding to file for divorce due to their partner being non-present, usually through an intense commitment to work. It’s true that an individual can place the demands of their job ahead of the needs of their spouse, and if it goes too long…

April 25th, 2014 Marriage Problems & Advice
Admitting Infidelity Can Save Your Marriage

Admitting Infidelity Can Save Your Marriage [Study]

Has your marriage been touched by infidelity? Were you the cause of it? Are things now headed towards your spouse deciding to file for divorce? If so, there may be something you can do to stop this before it happens. According to a new study, admitting infidelity to your spouse…

April 23rd, 2014 Marriage Problems & Advice
Women Cheaters vs. Men Cheaters

Women Cheaters Vs. Men Cheaters: Is There A Difference?

ABC News recently did an expose on the reasons why married women cheat, interviewing two professed female cheaters to get some insight into why women are taking that step more and more, and to see if their reasons are any different than those of men. One participant known only as…

April 21st, 2014 Marriage Problems & Advice
Huge Majority of Cheaters Are Not Interested in Divorce

Huge Majority Of Cheaters Are Not Interested In Divorce

If you’ve ever had the horrific experience of being victimized by an affair, this bit of news will probably disgust you. The website Victoria Milan — an online dating site for married people seeking extramarital partners — ran a survey of 4,658 members. Of that number, a surprising 76 percent…

April 18th, 2014 Marriage Problems & Advice
Divorce Can Benefit Children

How Divorce Can Benefit Children

Much is made over how children are affected when their parents decide to file for divorce. While the negative effects are well-documented and not worth dismissing, that doesn’t mean the situation is without its share of positives. Sometimes children actually can benefit from divorce and those benefits can range from…

April 16th, 2014 Divorce and Children
Narcissism in the Bedroom Lead to Infidelity

Could Narcissism In The Bedroom Lead To Infidelity? [Study]

A new study on bedroom behaviors could give spouses who aren’t sure of a partner’s fidelity more impetus to file for divorce. The study, recently published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, indicated that so-called “sexual narcissists” were more likely to cheat on their partners. While the same holds true…

April 14th, 2014 Marriage Problems & Advice
Effective Apology

An Effective Apology Could Be Your Ticket To Smooth Divorce

Texas attorney Dick Price recently posted a comment on his blog regarding the effects of a powerful apology on filing divorce papers. In it, Price said the following: “As you may know, divorces are often very emotional experiences. It is also true that while generally both parties are at fault…

April 11th, 2014 Divorce Process

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