Divorce and Separation

Surviving a traumatic breakup: A psychotherapist’s guide to healing
Divorce and Separation / Relationships

Surviving a traumatic breakup: A psychotherapist’s guide to healing

Alicia Henry, LCSW If you have ever struggled with a breakup or divorce you will recognize that this can be one of the most painful experiences an individual can go through. Much like an open wound, healing from a breakup requires special care and treatment. Inspired by my own personal […]

Relationship Reality Check: 6 Ways ‘Silent Agreements’ Are Undermining Your Life
Communication / Divorce and Separation / Home and Family

Relationship Reality Check: 6 Ways ‘Silent Agreements’ Are Undermining Your Life

By Merilee Kern, MBA If you have engaged in relationships of any kind, you have experienced and likely battled against “silent agreements.” While most have never used or even heard of this term, silent agreements are present in our everyday lives where they lurk in the shadows of our relationships—at […]

12 Ways to Cope While You’re Going Through the Heartbreak of a Divorce
Divorce and Separation / Relationships

12 Ways to Cope While You’re Going Through the Heartbreak of a Divorce

Divorce is painful, stressful, and overwhelming. Here, author Avalon Brandt offers advice on how to manage your emotions, make peace with the past, and reconnect with yourself. Going through a divorce is one of the most difficult things you’ll ever have to do. Your dream of marital bliss is now […]

Divorce Expert Gives Advice on Keeping the Peace with Your Ex-Spouse
Divorce and Separation / Relationships

Divorce Expert Gives Advice on Keeping the Peace with Your Ex-Spouse

After a divorce, is it possible to overcome sorrow, bitterness, anger, and resentment and form a peaceful relationship with your former spouse? How and why would you want to? The answers are convincingly and logically presented in Befriending Your Ex After Divorce: Making Life Better for You, Your Kids, and […]

Free Gifts Throughout January to Parents Coping with Divorce Issues!
Divorce and Separation / Parenting / Relationships

Free Gifts Throughout January to Parents Coping with Divorce Issues!

ICCD Month Provides Free Gifts Throughout January to Parents Coping with Divorce Issues! By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT In recognition of International Child-Centered Divorce Month divorce experts around the world will be providing free ebooks, coaching services, teleseminars and other gifts to divorced parents throughout January. ICCD Month is dedicated to […]

How to Get Through the Holidays if You are Single
Divorce and Separation / Lifestyle / Relationships / Women and Dating

How to Get Through the Holidays if You are Single

Dr. LeslieBeth Wish The holiday season is tough for many people. Family events and holiday parties with other couples remind us of our unhappiness in love-and often with our families. You can’t change your past, but you can certainly learn from it and use your discomfort with this time of […]

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