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Monthly Archives: April 2015

How Every Marriage Counselor Can Sense a Divorce

Most marriage counselors agree. Divorce is pretty easy to spot. In fact, most can tell while you’re sitting in their office whether there is hope for survival or the marriage is about to crash and burn. This reality was highlighted in a recent article on Huffington Post.   Therapist Becky…

April 29th, 2015 Marriage Problems & Advice

Divorce 101: Why Men Hate the Idea

Divorce isn’t the ultimate endgame when one signs on for marriage, but a growing number of women, who claim to be happily married, are actually preparing for theirs should it occur. According to CBS New York, divorce attorney Jeff Landers is just one lawyer throughout the country offering divorce 101…

April 27th, 2015 Marriage Problems & Advice

The Truth About Interfaith Couples and Divorce

Faith can be a huge factor in the success of a marriage. Research has traditionally told us that if you share the same faith your chances of a healthy, long-lasting marriage are great; but if you marry someone of another faith then divorce papers are almost certain. But Sheila Gordon,…

April 24th, 2015 Divorce and Religion, Divorce Myths

One Woman Puts Her Spouse Before Her Kids, and You Should, Too

Your children may seem like the most important people in the world to you, and they should be. After all, they’re part of you, they’re dependent on you, and they enrich your lives in so many ways over the years. However, if you really want to make a difference in…

April 22nd, 2015 Marriage Problems & Advice

How to Never Fight About Money Again

With everything that couples can argue about in a marriage, the one that leads to the decision to file for divorce more than any other is money. Financial difficulties account for the vast majority of divorces because of the additional hardships that fiscal vulnerability creates. If there are any problems…

April 20th, 2015 Marriage Problems & Advice

Long-Distance Relationships: How to Survive Them

Long-distance relationships aren’t all bad. In many cases, they can actually be great for determining the long-term viability of a relationship. Distance will tell you, in its own way, whether you have a love that can stand the test of time or one that is destined for the divorce papers.…

April 17th, 2015 Marriage Problems & Advice

Can’t Serve Your Spouse in Person? Use Facebook, Judge Says It’s Okay

From the “why do people bother getting married in the first place” files comes this unusual story about a woman, who married her husband and then decided to file for divorce via Facebook. And as far as Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Matthew Cooper is concerned, that’s perfectly acceptable. Cooper honored…

April 15th, 2015 Divorce and Social Media, Divorce Documents

Are You in a Mature Relationship? How to Tell

Mature relationships — the kind that seldom require the decision to file for divorce — are much rarer than you probably think. In fact, you may be in a relationship that you feel is mature because you live together, pay bills together, plan vacations together, etc. You may feel your…

April 14th, 2015 Marriage Problems & Advice

Defeating the Urge for Revenge After Divorce

When you are betrayed by your spouse — whether through financial betrayal or sexual infidelity — you may want to do a bit more to get even than simply deciding to file for divorce. It’s understandable if you want to slash their tires, burn their baseball card collection, or get…

April 13th, 2015 Life After Divorce

How to Find Love After a Divorce? 

Finding love after you or your spouse have decided to file for divorce can be a difficult endeavor — one that is the furthest thing from your mind in the present. That’s normal. Don’t rush it, but don’t give up on it either. In a recent blog from Christina Rasmussen,…

April 9th, 2015 Life After Divorce

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