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Teenagers Challenged by Shriver/Schwarzenegger Divorce
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Teenagers Challenged by Shriver/Schwarzenegger Divorce

By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT Imagine going through your divorce with billions of people around the world following your every move. That’s the reality Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger are facing as they explore the options that lie ahead for their family. For the Child-Centered Divorce community, this very public marital […]

Women of a Certain Age – It’s Just A Day
Inspirational Human Interest / Uncategorized / Women of a Certain Age / Worth Reading

Women of a Certain Age – It’s Just A Day

Will you be spending Christmas alone this year? Are you feeling a bit sorry for yourself that you are going to be by yourself? Are you thinking that Christmas should be banned at least until you have someone to share it with? Me too. But then I remember that I’ve […]

Tips for Surviving Your Divorce during the Holidays
Divorce and Separation / Holiday Gift Giving Guide / Love and Romance / Shopping

Tips for Surviving Your Divorce during the Holidays

By Eva Ritvo MD If it’s the first holiday season you’re celebrating following a painful divorce, feelings of anxiety and sadness should not ruin your holidays with your family and friends. Holidays are a time when you imagine a “picture perfect” family that now seems very far from your reality […]

He’s Gone… The Marriage is Over
Divorce and Separation / Lifestyle

He’s Gone… The Marriage is Over

… and You’re Divorced! (Now What?) by DeBorah Adams You’ve heard the stories, read them, and shared with family and friends, divorce nightmares so horrible that you cringed at the thought of it happening to you. But it did happen; and now you have your story to tell. As you […]

Survival is the Name of the Game for This Woman on a Mission
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Survival is the Name of the Game for This Woman on a Mission

Woman on a Mission Interview with Susan Allan, CEO of The Marriage Forum, Inc. Tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do professionally. In 1998 I had a life-threatening divorce and vowed that no one else would even need to experience what I had, without the tools […]

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