Co-parenting with an A**hole – Or Someone Who Does Things Much Differently Than You

Without question, one of the biggest hurdles in a divorce is how to deal with shared custody. In many post-dissolution relationships, custody disputes are the gifts that just keep giving. And it’s not so much about physical custody or shared...

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Should You Consider a Separation Instead of a Divorce?

Not every marriage ends with an epic fight and an eternal hatred for one another that can never be quenched. In certain cases, a marriage can just quietly wither until one spouse (usually the woman) simply decides that she...

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26 Things People Don’t Realize You’re Doing Because You Survived an Abusive Relationship

After you’ve survived an abusive relationship — even after years or decades have passed — the effects of that trauma can still linger. This isn’t meant to scare you. This isn’t meant to say that recovering from an abusive relationship...

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15 Things to Remember When Co-Parenting With a Toxic Ex-Spouse

You would think that after spending months and thousands of dollars trying to divorce your spouse that you would be able to move on with your life, right? Well, this is not always the case in high-conflict divorces. After going...

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Help for Men Who Are Being Abused

Abuse of men happens far more often than you might expect—in both heterosexual and same sex relationships. As with domestic abuse against women, it can take the form of physical violence, emotional, verbal, or sexual abuse, or any other...

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8 Mistakes to Avoid in Your Divorce Settlement

If you think weddings are costly, try getting a divorce. A fortunate few may have lived with their ‘happily ever after’ but 50% of married couples in the U.S divorce in their marriage (USA Today). And with divorce...

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The Tao of Co Parenting

by Patricia Sokolich There are numerous reasons why couples, both married and unmarried, end their relationships. Regardless of the reason, whether infidelity or financial or simply irreconcilable differences, when children are involved, the wide range of emotions that accompany divorce...

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Co-Parenting After Divorce

by Patricia Sokolich It's a well known fact that children have a difficult time adjusting to their parent’s divorce. Have you ever stopped to think about the reasons that cause them so much upset? You might be surprised to know...

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30 Things to Start Doing for Yourself

Remember today, for it is the beginning.Today marks the start of a brave new future. Start spending time with the right people. – These are the people you enjoy, who love and appreciate you, and who encourage you to improve in...

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What Divorced Parents Need to Know About Co-Parenting After the Split

When divorced moms and dads commit to co-parenting a kid can thrive in what is essentially a new kind of family. But it’s not an easy task by any stretch of the imagination. Divorce may change the way a family...

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