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divorce coach

31 Jan

Don’t be Bitter about Valentine’s Day!

Valentine’s Day can be a stressful time full of anxiety, especially if you are separated from your spouse, recently divorced or single. Don’t be bitter about Valentine’s Day! Prepare for the day. Sometimes people put big expectations on Feb 14th and think the day should be magical; full of fun, excitement, romance and love. Consequently […]

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19 Nov

Difficult Relationships Over The Holidays

The holidays are approaching and this can bring out the best, and the worst in people. Couples that are contemplating divorce are already in a whirlwind of emotions dealing with a strained relationship. The stress of the holidays can cause additional tension to the whole family.  So how do you deal with difficult relationships over […]

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26 Oct

5 Ways To Help Heal From A Relationship Ending

The ending of a relationship can feel like a death. The pain, sadness and confusion can feel unbearable. It’s important to take time to grieve and let out your emotions. Time will heal all wounds, but you will have to go through the pain in order to heal. There are steps you can take to […]

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12 Oct

Tips to Help Your Children Through Separation or Divorce

Separation and divorce is an extremely difficult time for the whole family. It can be a confusing, sad and stressful time for children. You may be wondering how you can help your children through separation or divorce process. We can get caught in the whirlwind of our own emotions and inadvertently overlook the depth of […]

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22 Sep

10 Ways to Support a Friend During Divorce

Divorce can be a devastating experience. When a friend is going through a divorce, it’s hard to watch someone you care about go through the ups and downs of divorce. Even if your friend is “happy” to move on in life, it can be difficult to know what to say or how to react to […]

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15 Sep

Surviving the Holidays: Walking Through the Season Successfully with a Divorce Coach

It was a cool, crisp fall day in early November when she told me. Finishing a walk in the woods where we admired the changing colors of the leaves in our neighborhood and talked about our marital struggles, she turned to me and say the four words which would change our family forever: I want a divorce.

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14 Sep

High Conflict Divorce: How to Identify Red Flags

You might be in a relationship or ending one with someone with a high conflict personality and not even know it. High conflict personalities are nothing new, they have been around since the beginning of time. Think for a moment of the tyrants in history, yep, Hitler, he definitely makes the cut, but many times, it isn’t so blatantly obvious.

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