Solving Divorce

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...

How to Behave in Court

Although this may seem obvious, we’d like go over how to behave in court. When going through a divorce or separation… or any appearance in court you make… your appearance can have a huge impact on the verdict. A judge (or jury) is swayed by everything, whether they intend to be or not. Daniel Clement shared the following tips about...

Divorce Coping Basics

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...

How Long Does It Take To Move On

Your divorce or separation could take days, months or years. But how long will it take to move on? First, you may not entirely know once you’ve hit that point. Does moving on mean start dating, not have feelings for your ex, or simply accepting the fact that you’re single? According to the Wall Street Journal, experts say it can take about two years....

Facts About Anger

A guest post from Dr. Karen Finn Have you ever noticed that there’s all kinds of conflicting information “out there” about anger?  You’ve probably heard that frequent anger is deadly.  Maybe you’ve heard that anger is an important part of getting through your divorce.  You might think that anger is bad and you shouldn’t express it.  You’ve...