40 Secrets Only Divorce Attorneys Know

By Lia Sestric, Contributor to The Huffington Post The divorce process is a stressful one that can easily bring out the worse in people. Some people even see divorce as a way to seek revenge on a spouse by seizing money and assets. Although divorce can bail you out of an unhappy marriage, it can…

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14 Reassuring Pieces Of Advice To Read After Divorce

“All those things you dreamed of doing? Go do them.” by Brittany Wong-Huffington Post Nothing can fully prepare you for the ups and downs of life after divorce. Still, asking those who’ve been through the divorce process for advice can make starting over a little less stressful. With that in mind, we asked HuffPost Divorce bloggers…

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Yule Be Okay! Navigating The Holidays After A Divorce

by Sandra Vischer-from The Huffington Post Divorce The holidays are a time of family, friends, and traditions, however, this year it won’t be quite the same. You’ve recently gone through a divorce and will have to navigate a new holiday normal. Let’s face it, it won’t be easy. After eighteen years of marriage, I crashed…

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7 Issues All Co-Parents Face And How To Overcome Them

Your attitude about the situation is the one thing that’s completely in your control. by Caroline Lehman-Huffington Post Divorce Co-parenting is no walk in the park. Disagreements about discipline, schedules and bed times can unravel even the most level-headed parent ― and when kids play their parents against one another, all hell threatens to break loose. Below,…

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Don’t Let Holiday Season Get You Down —

by Steve Siebold from the Huffington Post Divorce It’s just about that time of year again. The holiday season is almost here. It’s an exciting time of the year for a lot of people as they look forward to these next few months all year long. It starts with Halloween, then Thanksgiving, followed by Christmas…

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Who Gets the Kids on Halloween?

by Jann Blackstone-Author of Ex-Etiquette Q. In the past you have suggested that divorced parents both go trick-or-treating with their kids. I hate my ex. We have been divorced for almost five years and she’s still a selfish, obnoxious person and I don’t want to be anywhere near her. I can’t cover up my disgust…

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The Pros and Cons of a Co-Parenting Coordinator

by Kathryn Dickerson and Alan Plevy-from the Huffington Post Divorce Tensions can run high when former spouses have to work together and oftentimes, divorced couples feel like they are no longer allies. Yet, when they have children, there are numerous decisions that the divorced couple needs to make together. Enter professional decision makers, also known…

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13 Children’s Books That Help Kids Understand Divorce

by Samantha Darby-Romper.com-from the AAML Facebook page Books are a huge source of comfort for everybody, but especially children. I can’t tell you how many times a book has cheered my daughter up and given me and her dad a sounding board to discuss topics with her. For parents going through a divorce, children’s books…

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Co-Parenting With A Narcissist

by Susan Stiffelman -from the Huffington Post Not long ago I discussed narcissistic personality disorder with Wendy Behary, an expert in the field, for a series I was hosting on Co-Parenting Without Power Struggles. Our conversation was fascinating. People with Narcissistic Personality Disorder move through life with an exaggerated sense of self-importance, arrogance, and entitlement.…

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Why Don’t All Divorcing Couples Consider Alternative Divorce Options First?

  IACP is the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, an international community of legal, mental health and financial professionals working in concert to resolve conflict worldwide through the use of the Collaborative process. by Ken Schreiber-from the IACP website For the past 20+ years, we have been conducting homebuyer workshops for couples facing divorce and…

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