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Dating Post-Divorce

Posted by on Jul 17, 2018 in Beyond Divorce | 0 comments

We all know how hard it can be to date again after you’ve gone through a divorce or separation. HuffPost shared the below tips for people looking to find love for a second (or fifth) time, and we thought we’d share those tips with you here: 1. There is no exact time frame. Everyone has a different timeframe for when they’ll be willing and ready to start dating. Some people may never be ready– others may be ready a week after they split. Don’t judge when someone dates again– it’s different for...

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Solving Divorce

Posted by on Jul 10, 2018 in Taking Control | 0 comments

Think of divorce as a problem to be solved, not a war to be won. This mentality will greatly benefit you long-term. Just like most problems, there are things you can do to minimize the stress and find the solution. These were shared by divorce coach Deborah Moskovitch for HuffPost: 1) Separation¬†counseling: Most couples won’t consider this, they’ll simply try to run away as fast as possible. But seeing a professional can help you tremendously take the necessary steps to move on. 2) Financial advisor: one of the most challenging...

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7 Tips to Make Divorce As Easy As Possible

Posted by on Dec 18, 2013 in Taking Control | 0 comments

Laura Wasser, a celebrity divorce attorney, recently wrote a book detailing the ways that you can divorce without it ruining your life or your bank account. Business Insider outlined those tips, and we thought we’d share them below: 1) Tell your spouse in a loving way. This is divorce step one and it could determine the trajectory of a potentially very long road. Be smart, not combative or rude. You want them not to want to destroy you, so make caring, sensitive choices. 2) Get a good¬†therapist. Divorce is traumatic for almost everyone,...

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Divorce Coping Basics

Posted by on Oct 24, 2013 in Taking Control | 0 comments

A guest post from Dr. Kristine Turner… What is the number one issue between divorcing couples? I believe that control is the number one issue in any relationship and it becomes particularly clear when that relationship is falling apart, i.e. a divorce. How do control issues affect the divorce process? How you act in the divorce process can ultimately determine what the outcome will be. If you expect the courts to decide your future by asking the judge to make the decision, you’ve given the judge the ultimate control. If you take...

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