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divorce for women

4 Apr

Impact of Rising Rates on Homeownership and Divorce

“In the divorce world, the higher rates have made it harder to ‘uncouple’ the mortgage. Refinancing to remove an ex-spouse’s name and pull out equity to pay a marital settlement has become much more costly at today’s rates, so the retaining spouse has a significant desire to preserve the rate on the current mortgage” according […]

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21 Nov

Navigating Difficult Relationships this Holiday Season

The holidays are meant to be filled with joy and warmth but can occasionally become a time of increased stress and tension. Keeping your happiness while trying to control your emotions can be a challenge when dealing with a difficult friend, neighbor, coworker, troubled marriage, or demanding family member. Here are 7 tips for navigating […]

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20 Oct

The Importance of Slowing Down Before Divorce

Emotional turmoil often accompanies divorce, so it’s easy to rush into decisions without considering the long-term consequences. However, taking the time to slow down and gain clarity on your future can make all the difference in avoiding regret after your divorce.  We will discuss the importance of slowing down before divorce: avoiding regrets and finding […]

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19 Jun

Your Complete Divorce Checklist

Welcome to your complete divorce checklist, designed to support you as you navigate the complexities of this transformative journey. This checklist will serve as your compass, guiding you towards a brighter future. Your Complete Divorce Checklist: Navigating the Path to a Brighter Future 1. Center Yourself: Divorce can be challenging. Finding an inner sense of […]

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15 Apr

Managing Divorce Anxiety

Divorce can be one of the most stressful and anxiety-provoking events in a person’s life. It can be overwhelming to deal with the emotional, financial, and legal aspects of a divorce. As a certified divorce coach, I have some practical suggestions to help you reduce anxiety during this challenging time. Managing Divorce Anxiety First and […]

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3 Feb

10 Tips for a Better Mindset on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day can bring about high expectations for love, leading to disappointment for those who have experienced a recent breakup, separation, or divorce. Despite being a day commonly associated with love and happiness, it can bring on feelings of depression and loneliness for those who are in a relationship or single. However, adopting the right […]

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16 Jan

5 Ways to Ease Divorce Fatigue

Are you experiencing stress, overwhelm, and fatigue as a result of your divorce? If so, you’re not alone. Many people who are going through a divorce feel this way at some point during the process. We will be discussing 5 ways to ease divorce fatigue. You may be having issues with brain fog, trouble focusing, […]

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21 Dec

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 manage difficult relationships over the […]

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9 Nov

7 Divorce and Dating Considerations

Are you ready? It can be exciting to connect with someone who piques your interest; it can feel like a nice diversion from the upheaval of the divorce. You may be feeling lonely and stressed out. Divorce and dating can be complicated. Here are 7 divorce and dating considerations. 7 divorce and dating considerations DATING […]

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19 Sep

Is it Better to Divorce Before or After the Holidays?

Divorce is difficult no matter when it occurs. If you are thinking of ending the marriage, is it better to divorce before or after the holidays? There is no such thing as a “perfect time” to divorce. You must determine what is best for you, your family, and your circumstance. Is it Better to Divorce […]

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