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How to Bring Up the Initial Discussion of Divorce to Your Spouse

The initial discussion of divorce with your spouse will probably be the most difficult conversation you will ever have in your life. How you choose to bring up the topic and what you say can set the tone for how the divorce proceeds. If you are wondering how to have…

October 20th, 2016 divorce advice

Alabama Divorce Law Updates to Be in the Know About

Alabama divorce law is quite extensive. If you are getting a divorce in Alabama, it is prudent to familiarize yourself with its divorce laws including recent Alabama divorce law updates. Knowledge is a proven effective weapon that can help ease your burden. It is common knowledge that divorce by itself…

October 18th, 2016 Alabama Divorce, Divorce Law

What Does Having a Codependent Marriage Mean?

Having a codependent marriage is among the most cited causes of divorce. Despite being labeled as a relationship killer, not everyone actually understands what a codependent marriage implies.   Codependency, Explained The Mental Health America defines codependency as a learned behavior wherein a person has a tendency to form or…

September 8th, 2016 Marriage Issues & Tips
Well-Known Celebs Knew It Was Time for a Divorce

How Well-Known Celebs Knew It Was Time for a Divorce

There’s been a lot of celebrity divorce in the last year or so. Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert, Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale, Reba McEntire and Narvel Blackstock, Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, Ben Affleck, and Jennifer Garners, ┬áheck, even Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy called it quits. So…

August 9th, 2016 Celebrity Divorce
New York Divorce Law Updates

Updates to New York Divorce Law You Might Not Have Known

Divorce law can change in the blink of an eye and New York divorce law is certainly no exception. Filing for divorce in New York can be a bit more complicated than consulting to fill out a few forms. Certain counties may require additional forms. Before you seek a divorce…

August 4th, 2016 Divorce Law, New York Divorce

3 Steps to Divorce Proofing Your Marriage Before Saying, ‘I Do’

If a successful marriage could be predicted by way of crystal ball (or some other foolproof contraption), then the divorce rate wouldn’t be ranging from 40 to 50 percent every year. No couple starts out expecting to fail, but the hard truth is that many do, and much of what…

July 10th, 2015 divorce advice

Do You Take Yourself Too Seriously? It Could Be Killing Your Marriage

Marriage is a unique institution in that it’s one of the only commitments that human beings make as a lifelong thing. While it often doesn’t work out that way, few people ever get married without the intention of being together until their dying day. Along the way, there are many…

July 8th, 2015 divorce advice

The Blame Game, and How It Affects Marriage

Playing the blame game is never productive whether you are a single person or married. Being unable or unwilling to take responsibility for your own actions will only drive wedges between you and the people you care about the most. This is especially true in a relationship or marriage, where…

July 6th, 2015 divorce advice

Divorce Gains a New Level of Acceptance from Pope Francis

Pope Francis, elected as the new Holy Father in 2013, has definitely been leading the church in a new direction since he took the reins. In addition to preaching more about inclusion, he has said some things that go against the more conservative Catholics, most recently being the statement that…

July 3rd, 2015 divorce news

Bounce Back from Divorce: 3 Things You Need to Stop Doing

Bouncing back from a divorce isn’t easy, and it doesn’t happen overnight, but often times your progress will advance significantly if you’re able to stop doing certain things that set you back. Recently, Huffington Post took a look at some of these things from the male perspective. Here’s what a…

July 1st, 2015 Life After Divorce

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