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Monthly Archives: December 2013

Divorce Milestones That Will Make You Feel Reborn

6 Divorce Milestones That Will Make You Feel Reborn

As you’re going through the process of filing divorce forms, it’s easy to feel like a ship lost at sea. Your stability has been crashed and replaced with an uncertain future. But you’ll find, as you go along, that certain milestones will help you feel as if you’re emerging into…

December 30th, 2013 Life After Divorce
How Meditation Can Help You Move past Your Divorce

How Meditation Can Help You Move Past Your Divorce In 2014

Meditation is an underrated form of coping with stress, and few cases will leave you more stressed-out than filing divorce papers. Therefore, it stands to reason that if you’re having a hard time letting things go, coping mechanisms like this one can be helpful in extracting your mind from the…

December 27th, 2013 Life After Divorce
Being Right and Being Happy Aren't Always Possible

Being Right And Being Happy Aren’t Always Possible

There is an old saying that’s been passed around so much it’s impossible to determine where or in what form it originated. You’ll hear it a lot from relationship counselors and from life coaches like Jamie Cicerelle. In a recent post, Cicerelle dealt directly with the saying in the context…

December 25th, 2013 Life After Divorce
Disturbing New Year's Resolution: Have an Affair

Disturbing New Year’s Resolution: Have An Affair

No, we’re not encouraging you to do it. In fact, we would advise to stay far away from the harmful effects of an extramarital affair as it is a cowardly, inconsiderate, and insulting way to treat your spouse and any children who may be present in the marriage. However, a…

December 23rd, 2013 Marriage Issues & Tips
Divorce with No Judge Could Become a Reality in France

Divorce With No Judge? In France, It Could Soon Become A Reality.

Is marriage under attack? Some opponents of a new law being considered in France say yes. The country is weighing the idea of a plan to allow the filing of divorce papers with mutual consent, absent the presence of a judge. Opponents are accusing the proposal of further simplifying a…

December 20th, 2013 Divorce Information
Most Critical Mistakes a Person Going Through Divorce Can Make

This Is One Of The Most Critical Mistakes A Person Going Through Divorce Can Make

Going through a divorce — even an uncontested divorce where conflict is minimal — can create a number of insecurities in an individual’s mind. Just because you’ve agreed to work together on a divorce, that doesn’t mean there isn’t hurt or pain or underlying animosity. During these times of emotional…

December 18th, 2013 Life After Divorce
Most Important Thing You Can Learn to Do in a Proactive Divorce

The Most Important Thing You Can Learn To Do In A Proactive Divorce

So many couples in the process of filing divorce forms think they’re being proactive by taking those first steps, but they’re actually committing a big mistake that could set the process and their recovery back years. To understand what they’re doing wrong, we need a working definition of what it…

December 16th, 2013 Life After Divorce
Beware the Jumper

Beware The Jumper: This Is One Person You Don’t Want To Date After Divorce

A recent Huffington Post article detailed the five types of people that you don’t want to date after your divorce papers have been finalized. One particular type that stood out was “The Jumper.” Contributor Jackie Pilossoph defines this type in the following manner: “The jumper is the guy or girl…

December 13th, 2013 Life After Divorce
Divorced People Savor the Good Times More Than Non-Divorced

Divorced People Savor The Good Times More Than Non-Divorced

If you have recently signed divorce papers, then you may not realize it just yet, but there is actually a lot to look forward to. According to a new study published in the Journal of Social Psychological and Personality Science, you will likely end up being able to savor good…

December 11th, 2013 Life After Divorce
Divorce: A Common New Year’s Resolution

Divorce: A Common New Year’s Resolution

The New Year is a time to take your holiday reflections and rush head-on into making all those improvements to your life. While most New Year’s Resolutions (NYRs) consist of losing weight, eating better, or exercising more, there is one NYR that consistently flares up in January of each year:…

December 9th, 2013 Divorce Information

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