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Style Tips For Thriving After Divorce

Fashion and style aren’t things we talk a lot about on this blog, and that’s probably to our detriment. After all, how you look and feel about yourself will play a huge role in getting you past the painful part of finalizing divorce papers. So if you’ve recently gone through…

Boomers vs. Younger Generations: Who Divorces More?

Boomers Vs. Younger Generations: Who Divorces More?

According to a recent article from CNN contributor Pepper Schwartz, there is a pronounced difference in the number of Baby Boomers and younger generations when it comes to filing divorce papers. Citing data from the New York Times, Schwartz said the overall divorce rate had fallen from 50 percent to…

What Can You Do To Avoid A Practice Marriage?

Every time someone comes to our site looking for help on how to file for divorce, the story is usually the same. When they got married, they had no idea the marriage would end in divorce. So many relationships start out new and exciting but when the honeymoon is over,…

Three Major Factors That Contribute To Quicker Divorce

While there is no clear recipe for how to have a long lasting marriage, we do know quite a bit more than we used to by analyzing data among those who’ve taken the plunge and managed to avoid filing divorce papers. Particularly successful are those marriages found in the northern…

Fear Of Failure: How To Overcome It After Divorce

In a recent post for NakedDivorce.com, the site went over its ten rules for the Divorce Grieving Cycle. These included the following: denial, anger/betrayal, panic/negotiation, humiliation/fear of failure/looking bad, despair, loss/grief/depression, space/nothingness, acceptance, responsibility/forgiveness, and gratitude. While you may never experience all of these when signing the divorce papers, the…

Thankful For Divorce: A Not-So-Surprising Trend

In a recent article on Huffington Post, the site asked readers to tell why they were thankful for making the decision to file for divorce. On Thanksgiving Day, they culled and published 25 of the best responses. Some examples: 1. “I am thankful for becoming the person that I am.…

Can Life Tracking Help You Cope With Divorce?

Life tracking. It’s a relatively new concept in which individuals use apps and other forms of technology to form data on their behaviors, which can then be used for insight. It was only a matter of time before someone used the idea to track their progress after the divorce papers…

Drinking And Non-Drinking Couples Have Equal Chance Of Staying Together

New research shows that couples who drink heavily and couples who don’t drink at all share the same rate when it comes to deciding whether to file for divorce, according to UPI. It’s only when one spouse drinks heavily and the other does not that the marriage success rate falls.…

Marriage Lessons That Divorcees Learn Too Late

When you make the decision to file for divorce (or your spouse files on you), the emotions involved can be overwhelming. Unfortunately, it’s often during these times that you learn the most valuable lessons about marriage that would have come in handy if you would have been aware of them…

Keeping Separate Finances

Keeping Separate Finances: Why It’s A Great Idea For Couples

When you are first getting married, you’ll hear a lot of advice on what you should and shouldn’t do in order to have a “good” marriage. One of the nuggets that a lot of old-timers state — at least my parents did — is that you should combine finances as…

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