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Monthly Archives: February 2015

Surviving The Teen Years: How Some Parents Made It Work

One of the toughest parts of raising children comes when they hit their teen years. Their young minds are developing from adolescence into adulthood and that comes with a whole new set of challenges as they try to deal with grown-up issues while they’re still, in many ways, children. To…

February 27th, 2015 Divorce and Children

Your Best Choice For Facing Off With A Combative Spouse

If you’ve made the decision to file divorce papers against your spouse but anticipate messy pushback, then you should start preparing now for how to handle the situation. First a word of warning: if your spouse is abusive, this piece isn’t for you. In those cases you should focus first…

February 25th, 2015 divorce advice

Divorcees, Here’s How You Can Get Rid Of Your ‘Dating Type’

So you were able to go the uncontested divorce route and get out of the marriage relatively unscathed, physically or emotionally. You’re on the road to recovery, and soon you’ll be ready to date again. It’s a great place to be in the healing process, but be careful that you…

February 23rd, 2015 Life After Divorce

Want A Smooth Divorce? 3 Ways To Transition Effectively

Smooth divorces are quite rare in the court system, but they are possible. It just takes proper planning and commitment. Here are three ways to do it effectively and transition out of the doldrums and into a happy, well-adjusted life. First, the kids.  If you have any make sure that…

February 20th, 2015 Life After Divorce

3 Divorce Buzzwords You Should Be Familiar With

A recent article on Huffington Post by contributor Heather Sweeney delved into the resolutions that one should be making for life after divorce. The cool thing about this article is that each resolution is represented by only one word. It’s up to you to interpret that word and determine what…

February 18th, 2015 Life After Divorce

How To Be An Example For Your Kids After Divorce

Children depend on you for everything. At first, they need you to help them understand their new world. When they’re old enough to know right from wrong, they need you to teach them. When they are disappointed or experience failure, they need an example for how to overcome. When you…

February 16th, 2015 Divorce and Children

How To Have The Perfect Valentine’s Day As A Single Person

If you’ve recently finalized the divorce forms, it’s common to feel agitation and apprehension over your first Valentine’s Day. But it doesn’t have to be a dark day, particularly if you had an uncontested divorce and the tension and conflict that were once a part of your marriage are long…

February 13th, 2015 Life After Divorce

4 Best Ways To Deal With Loneliness After A Breakup

Loneliness is often an inevitable outcome when a relationship ends, whether through divorce forms or simply a close situation with a significant other. There will be times when you want to just go to the coffee shop and sit with a notebook or laptop, acting busy when all you really…

February 11th, 2015 Life After Divorce

Men Open Their Vaults: When Is It Love?

While you may not be too keen on Valentine’s Day right now — depending on where you are in filing your divorce forms — you’ll eventually be back in the dating world. When you do find someone new, it’s important to know love when you see it and feel it.…

February 9th, 2015 Life After Divorce

Gay Marriage Accepted But Not Over Religious Objections In New Study

Gay marriage appears to have won approval — or acceptance rather — from a narrow majority of the country, but when it comes to offering gay wedding services, businesses should still be allowed to reject on religious grounds, a new study reveals. According to the survey, conducted by the Associated…

February 6th, 2015 divorce news

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