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Monthly Archives: September 2014

Divorced Parents, This Is The Most Important Thing You’ll Hear

Rochelle Nelson in a recent article for Huffington Post detailed how easy it actually is to be a good parent. While you can debate the merits of that statement all you want, she makes one excellent point that every parent who’s been through the divorce forms needs to hear. In…

September 29th, 2014 Divorce and Children

6 Minor Bad Habits That Can Ruin A Marriage

Bad habits don’t always lead to divorce papers, but once you file, you’ll probably more than happy to get rid of some of your spouse’s worst behaviors. Recently, a Redditor asked the community if there were any annoying habits that didn’t cause the divorce, but that they’re glad to be…

September 26th, 2014 divorce advice

Pet Custody Considerations: Who Gets Fido In The Divorce?

When my ex and I decided it was time to file divorce papers, we had to make a decision regarding the future custody of our Chinese pug. That dog was my girl for a long time, but it was also, unfortunately, my ex’s from before we got married. I knew…

September 24th, 2014 Divorce and Children

Why It Isn’t Selfish To Live For You After A Divorce

You’ve heard it said that after the divorce forms are final, you should start living more for you than anyone else; but doesn’t that seem a little selfish, especially when you have children? You could take it that way — and truth be told, you’re going to need to live…

September 21st, 2014 Life After Divorce

Why Your Next Spouse Should Be Good With Money, And So Should You

Being good with money may seem like a superficial trait to look for in a spouse, but you ignore it to your own detriment. If you’re usually the person IN the relationship who’s bad with money, then get it together now. It’s difficult to have a good relationship, let alone…

September 20th, 2014 Life After Divorce

What Every Divorced Person Must Know Before Their Next Serious Relationship

If at any point after you file divorce papers, you get the urge to step back onto the dating scene, don’t let fear of failure hold you back. While you should give yourself some time to get used to being single before getting serious with someone else, there is no…

September 19th, 2014 Life After Divorce

Should Your Kids Hear About The Other Parent’s Affair?

Christina Pesoli of Huffington Post recently took aim at the intriguing question that every parent who’s been cheated on in a marriage and filed divorce papers must ask: should I tell the children about the affair or not? The entire piece is a fascinating read as Pesoli goes over the…

September 17th, 2014 How to File for Divorce

What Are The Most Difficult Things About Divorce?

Ending a marriage — even through a low-conflict uncontested divorce — is never easy. There are always going to be regrets, fears, sadness, and other emotions that you perceive at the time as negative when in reality they aid you in becoming a stronger person (if you let them). That’s…

September 15th, 2014 divorce advice
Your Spouse Setting You up to Fail

Is Your Spouse Setting You Up To Fail?

Recently on the relationship subreddit, a poster chimed in with a horrifying story of emotional abuse that he was suffering at the hands of his wife. The entire story will give you exactly the extent of said abuse, but here’s the TL;DR version: “My wife is leaving me because I…

September 11th, 2014 Marriage Issues & Tips
What Do Divorced Parents Regret Most

Divorced Parents: What Do They Regret Most?

Ever checked out the social media site Whisper? The platform has gained popularity by allowing strangers to make anonymous confessions on a wide variety of topics. Naturally, it’s a perfect way to vent and say the things you could never say aloud. Divorced parents have picked up on this and…

September 8th, 2014 Divorce and Children

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