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Monthly Archives: July 2014

Manage Divorce Reality with a Child’s Reaction

How To Manage Divorce Reality With A Child’s Reaction

Children are very simplistic in how they think about the roles of Mom, Dad, and family, for the most part. There is kind of a Mother Nature default that causes a child to expect two parents in order to feel stable. When one of you decides to file for divorce,…

July 30th, 2014 Divorce and Children
Nice Guys Finish Last

Do Nice Guys Finish Last? Science Has An Answer

A new study suggests that men are more attracted to “nice” women while the opposite is true when referring to how women feel about men. According to the study — conducted by graduate and undergraduate students from the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya, the University of Rochester and the University of…

July 28th, 2014 Life After Divorce
Internal Qualities to Survive Divorce

What Internal Qualities Does It Take To Survive Divorce?

Anyone who’s decided to file for divorce knows that it can be both the most painful and the most liberating experience of one’s life. Sometimes people file to get away from an abusive or philandering spouse; sometimes they file for financial reasons; still other times, people just grow apart. Whatever…

July 25th, 2014 Life After Divorce
Your Best Chance at Saving the Marriage

Getting Back To Basics May Be Your Best Chance At Saving The Marriage

Every marriage goes through rough spots, but just because the going gets tough, that doesn’t mean you have to file for divorce. Many couples can save themselves the trauma of just such a proceeding by working harder to make their marriage work. As Huffington Post contributor Randi Gunthner recently pointed…

July 23rd, 2014 Marriage Problems & Advice
Custody Modification

Custody Modification: The Right Times To Do It

When you and a spouse file for divorce but still have to be co-parents to your children, the opportunity for conflict can continue. While it’s ideal that a child have both parents in his life following the breakup, that isn’t always a good idea. And sometimes the judgment that was…

July 21st, 2014 Child Custody
Learn from the Divorce That Shaped a Life

Zach Braff: What You Can Learn From The Divorce That Shaped His Life

Zach Braff’s parents decided to file for divorce when he was still a young boy. As it turns out, the star of Scrubs and Garden State continues to deal with the fallout from that single event. In a recent Reddit AMA, while addressing the “pivotal moment” for him that rivaled…

July 18th, 2014 Life After Divorce
Ridiculous Fights in History of Relationships

The Most Ridiculous Fights In The History Of Relationships

Sometimes you just need a laugh, especially when you’ve decided to file for divorce, or you’ve had divorce papers filed against you. One Reddit user was having it out with his significant other when in exasperation, he asked the community what the dumbest things they’ve ever fought over were. The…

July 16th, 2014 Divorce Information
Keep Divorce and Infidelity Away from Relationship

Are There Really Any Ways To Keep Divorce And Infidelity Away From Your Relationship?

Vicki Larson from Divorce360 recently had the guts to say what few marriage and divorce experts do. Basically, that it’s impossible to keep your marriage from being invulnerable to affairs or the divorce papers. According to Vicki, we just need to stop listening to anyone who is willing to tell…

July 14th, 2014 Divorce Myths, Marriage Problems & Advice
Hillary Clinton Was Asked How She Forgave Infidelity

Hillary Clinton Was Asked How She Forgave Husband Bill’s Infidelity: This Is Her Response

In a recent interview with Jenni Murray of BBC 4 radio, Hillary Clinton opened up a little about why she didn’t decide to file for divorce after discovering her husband — then President Bill Clinton’s — infidelity. This was her response. “Well that is something we have certainly moved beyond…

July 11th, 2014 Celebrity Divorce
Breaking up with Your Ex After the Divorce

Breaking Up With Your Ex After The Divorce

Okay, so the headline may seem a little crazy, but make no mistake: it works. That’s because once you’ve decided to file for divorce, there will be a temptation to remain friends with your ex. Two people often do so as a way of proving maturity to themselves. “Well, it…

July 9th, 2014 Life After Divorce

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