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Divorce Mourning: How to Handle Grief Over a Dead Marriage

Divorce mourning is an essential that every ex-married person needs to go through if they ever hope to get better and find the life they envisioned for themselves following the pain of a divorce. There’s a reason people tend to compare divorce to death and why this article from the Houston…

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…

3 Divorce Consequences of Trashing the Ex to Your Children

There are times in the life of almost every divorced parent when they feel like lashing out at their ex. That’s because divorces aren’t the most rational things that two people can experience. It often feels like a betrayal and a personal insult, especially if the parties leave each other…

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4 Ways to Improve Your Relationship

Everyone wants to be happy in their relationships, but if you are at the stage where you need to improve your relationship or risk deceleration, then it’s time to get serious about the task at hand. To help you do this, we’ve put together four mindsets/tips that can make all…

Codependency: How It Can Ruin a Marriage

In a recent interview with the AlterNet website, author and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Darlene Lancer dished on the intricacies of codependency and how it can affect a person from childhood to adulthood. Lancer specifically talks about the relationship woes that can arise from being too dependent on your…

Reduce Relationship Stress with These Six Helpful Tips

Reduce Relationship Stress with These 6 Helpful Tips

Need to reduce relationship stress? You’re not alone. In the lifespan of any great relationship, there will be peaks and valleys. There will be times of great happiness and others of depressing tension. It’s common to get bored or put out with your spouse, but that doesn’t mean you should…

This Woman’s Statement Highlights a Concern Most Spouses Should Have

Forty-two-year-old Ekaterina Fields recently had a rather shocking statement that she shared with a London judge while locked in a $9.6 million divorce battle. (That’s the total estimated value of the couple’s assets; husband Richard is the breadwinner as an international attorney.) Ekaterina told Justice Holman the following of her…

Divorce-Proofing Your Marriage One Day at a Time

Many people view marriage as a lifetime commitment. (In fact, some would say you have no business being married if you can’t look at it in that way.) Unfortunately, the scope of “till death do us part” often makes spouses feel undue pressure about how they’re going to keep their…

5 Huge Perks To Being Newly Single

Being newly single isn’t always a walk in the park, particularly if you weren’t the person, who wanted to call an end to the relationship. While it can hurt saying goodbye to a significant other or spouse, there is an upside in the amount of perks that become available to…

Shame and Divorce: What You Should Know

Getting a divorce is a seismic event in the lives of most people who experience it. It’s very rare that you will find someone admit that they had a nice, carefree divorce, and that they never hurt throughout the process. While it’s true that many can recover more quickly, there…

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