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Does Having Friends Who Are Single Impact Your Divorce Probability?

Can having single friends impact your divorce probability? Well, according to a study that came out in 2010, divorce can lead to more divorce. Apparently, the heated emotions and actions of the break-up can spread to the divorcing couple’s friends and family, sometimes even a couple of degrees separated, like…

December 19th, 2016 Divorce Advice

How Much to Compromise in a Marriage Before It Is Too Much?

How Much to Compromise in a Marriage Before It Is Too Much? Compromise in a marriage is indispensable, and many self-help books and wisdom from pieces of relationship advice reiterate this. Marriage, after all, is the union of two unique individuals with different personalities, habits, tastes, preferences, and values. That…

October 26th, 2016 Divorce Advice

How to Stay Strong When Your Partner Doesn’t Want a Divorce

While the decision to end a marriage is never easy, this already-difficult process can become even more frustrating and complex if your partner doesn’t want a divorce. Hiring a divorce attorney may seem like the only way to get your intentions across, but it can also worsen the situation instead…

September 28th, 2016 Divorce Advice

Tips for Dealing with Same-Sex Divorce with Multiple Registrations

Same-sex divorce or not, ending a romantic relationship is always difficult. This becomes even more challenging if the same-sex union has multiple registrations. What do we mean by this? Take, for example, a couple that is registered as domestic partners in Nevada. They later moved to Hawaii and registered as…

September 19th, 2016 Divorce Advice

How to Stop the Make-Up-Break-Up Cycle

If you know the effects of a make-up and break-up cycle, then you’ll understand why there is a need for it to stop. Especially when this happens to married couples, the ill effects are usually long-term. In psychology, this break-up and make-up cycle is called “relationship cycling”. Not surprisingly, even…

September 5th, 2016 Divorce Advice
Which One: Legal Separation or Divorce?

Which One: Legal Separation or Divorce?

The asked to choose if one would prefer legal separation or divorce, the decision is usually hard to come up with. After all, both options have their own sets of pros and cons that could change the way any couple would part ways. Because of the numerous considerations before one…

August 29th, 2016 Divorce Advice, Divorce Information
How to Take the High Road When Your Ex Is the Roadblock

Divorce and the High Road: How to Take It When Your Ex Is the Roadblock

Divorce and the high road are often difficult to align with one another. As Dr. Sherrie Campbell notes in an article for Huffington Post, “When divorced couples share children there is no ending to the relationship which makes moving on difficult because the children bind ex’s together for life.” “We…

June 3rd, 2015 Divorce Advice
Journaling Through Divorce Is Helpful

4 Reasons Journaling Through Divorce Is Helpful

Journaling through divorce can be difficult for so many reasons. Maybe you were a shop/agri person in high school and just hate the idea of writing anything. Maybe the emotions of your divorce are too hard to confront in such a direct manner. No matter which walk of life you’re…

May 6th, 2015 Divorce Advice, Life After Divorce
Personal Mantras to Conquer Any Divorce

10 Personal Mantras to Conquer Any Divorce

Divorce can often leave you feeling kicked around and defeated by life. Whether you are the one who decided to file for divorce or the one the papers are filed against, you are likely to experience dark times of frustration and self-doubt. In order to overcome these, you need some words…

March 25th, 2015 Divorce Advice
Quotes of Courage to Help You with a New Year Divorce

8 Quotes Of Courage To Help You With Your New Year Divorce

With the New Year encroaching, it’s time to decide if you want to file for divorce or continue working on the marriage. This is a common scenario for people in distressed marriages. Many choose to wait to make a decision until after the holidays are over. If that’s where you…

December 29th, 2014 Divorce Advice

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