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Monthly Archives: November 2013

Holiday Tips for Co-Parenting Through the Divorce

Holiday Tips For Co-Parenting Through The Divorce

For most, the holidays are for togetherness and joy, but that can be hard to embrace when you have children and are either finalizing divorce papers or have already done so. Ideally, you want your kids to have a great season filled with warmth, love, and presents. But when there…

November 29th, 2013 Divorce and Children
Government Didn't Fund Divorce Initiatives Work in Oklahoma

Do Government Funded Divorce Initiatives Work? Not In Oklahoma.

Over the last decade, the state of Oklahoma has spent tens of millions of dollars on its Oklahoma Marriage Initiative, designed to reduce the amount of divorce papers filed each year through a number of free education programs. Former governor Frank Keating dreamed up the OMI as a means of…

November 27th, 2013 Oklahoma Divorce
Ignoring Couple Issues

Ignoring Couple Issues: How It Can Lead To Divorce

When most people say, “I do,” they don’t believe that the marriage will ever end in divorce papers. They don’t even think it’s an option. However, as time goes on, that initial closeness will fray into the realities of daily life. Before a couple knows it, they’ve grown apart. One…

November 25th, 2013 Marriage Issues & Tips
PTSD Can Create Future Relationship Trauma

PTSD Can Create Future Relationship Trauma

Lisa Arends, in a recent piece for Huffington Post, described her experience with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after finding herself unexpectedly signing divorce papers. “When my husband left, I trembled for a year,” she writes. “That’s not just some figurative language used to convey emotion; I literally shook. For…

November 22nd, 2013 Life After Divorce
Conversations You Must Have Before Marriage to Avoid Divorce

Conversations You Really Must Have Before Marriage To Avoid Divorce

Often times men and women spend so much time planning their wedding day that they forget to prep for the next 50 years that come after it. Planning the marriage through careful and meaningful conversation is a much better expenditure of time than how many you’ll have in the wedding…

November 20th, 2013 Marriage Issues & Tips
No-Fault Divorce

No-Fault Divorce: Is It Really Hurting America?

The Family Research Council has taken a hard line against no-fault divorce in a recent statement to promote a panel devoted to curbing the perceived divorce epidemic in the United States. The FRC wrote: “Families are torn in two, children grow up without a stable home or with a missing…

November 18th, 2013 Divorce and Children, Divorce Process
Help a Stepparent Become Parental

How Do You Help A Stepparent Become Parental?

In a recent Q&A, Annie Fox, M.Ed., a teen and family adviser, award-winning author, and writer of the new book Teaching Kids to Be Good People, fielded a question from one concerned mom, who had finalized divorce papers and since moved on to a new relationship. Her question: “How do…

November 15th, 2013 Divorce and Children
Why Online Divorce Is Increasing in Popularity

Why Online Divorce Is Increasing In Popularity

Online divorce hasn’t quite overtaken divorce court in sheer volume of cases, but it is becoming an increasingly popular option. With high-profile attorneys like Laura Wasser advising a more civil path to divorce, it’s no wonder that many spouses are working together to complete their divorce papers in a manner…

November 13th, 2013 Online Divorce
Men Handle Divorce Tougher Because They 'Go It Alone'

Men Handle Divorce Tougher Because They ‘Go It Alone,’ New Study Finds

Previous research that we’ve conducted here at (IDF) has indicated that women choose to file divorce papers around 64 percent of the time. In most of these cases, the women earn more money than their male counterparts, and according to other studies from outside of our company, they deal…

November 11th, 2013 Divorce Opinion
Woman’s Success May Damage Ego of Male Partner

Woman’s Success May Damage Ego Of Male Partner, Study Claims

Traditionally, men have claimed role of “breadwinner” in a family while women were associated with household management and raising children. We don’t have to tell you that a lot has changed since that 1950s paradigm, and from the sound of things, it doesn’t appear like men are taking it all…

November 8th, 2013 Marriage Issues & Tips

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