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Prepping For Back To School As A Single Parent

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The back to school season is one that is both hectic and exciting for parents and kids alike. Getting back into the routine of the school year is a difficult feat, especially as a single mom or dad. As you start shopping for supplies, planning out schedules, and balancing extracurriculars, it’s important to prepare for all that lies ahead. Consider the tips below as your guide to prepping for back-to-school as a single parent.
Utilize Tutoring Programs
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How To Meet Your Next Romantic Partner When Dating After Divorce

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Are you new to dating after divorce? If you were asked how you met your previous romantic partners, you might say that friends introduced you or you were set up on a blind date. Recent data has revealed that online dating is now the most common way to meet new partners.
In a survey of over 3,500 heterosexual couples, the data revealed:
2% of couples met online in 1995.
5% met online in 2000.
20% met online by (more...)

How To Make The Perfect Online Dating Profile

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Modern dating definitely has its differences from traditional dating in the past. While people still meet others through mutual friends, blind dates, or going out, many now use the power of technology to find their match, aka dating sites. In fact, statistics show that over 50 million people have tried online dating and 1 in every 5 relationships are started online. As chances are you have an online profile or have at least thought about creating one, it’(more...)

Want To Be Friends With Your Ex After Divorce? Here’s How

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Guest post by Sylvia Smith
Statistics show that out of 1000 marriages per year, 16.9 married women will end up divorced. The reasons why? Research indicates that the most common reasons to get divorced often involve infidelity, lack of communication, or some form of abuse.
However, many couples part ways because they simply grew apart. In these cases, it seems unfair to lose such an important person from your life just because you couldn’t make it (more...)

Why Mental Health Matters to ALL of Us

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Mental
Health is so important that the entire month of May has been dedicated to this
issue for the past 70 years. 
Internationally recognized as one of the world’s most critical topics,  everyone from the British Royals to the United Nations have devoted time,
money and resources to this urgent  discussion.

“What mental health needs is more sunlight, more candor, more unashamed conversation.” ~ Glenn Close A Global Issue

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How Can I Save Money On My Divorce?

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Today’s guest post is by Hannah Clark
Every divorce is unique and will have different issues and outcomes based on the circumstances. However, most divorces have one thing in common – they can be costly. While there will always be fees and court costs associated with a divorce, not every divorce has to break the bank. You want to start your post-marriage life in the best possible situation, so it’s always important to consider how (more...)

2 Ways To Kick Your Divorce Fears To The Curb

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It was hard to concentrate, or even function.
Hard to fall asleep at night, hard to pay attention at work, and no matter what I did to try and distract myself, the sheer panic and chaos followed me around all the time.
“Ohmigod. I have no idea what do to. Will I ever get through this?”
“I have no idea where I’m going to be in a month, much less a year. How the (more...)

How to sell your wedding ring online, and questions to ask to get the most cash

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Ever considered selling your wedding ring online? Maybe you're divorced, have a broken engagement — or inherited an antique or vintage family heirloom or estate piece that is collecting dust. (Here are some more details on selling heirloom and estate jewelry.) Whether you choose to admit it or not, jewelry often carries a strong emotional…

The post How to sell your wedding ring online, and questions to ask to get the most cash appeared first on Emma Johnson.

Understanding The Stepfamily Cycle.

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Blended Families
The Stepfamily Cycle
I have been working with a lovely family who are finding it hard to adjust to the changes that blending two families together brings.
I always remind my clients that bringing together 2 separate families is a process and not an event, and it takes time and flexibility on everyone’s behalf to settle into new family relationships.
It’s about managing your expectations and keeping the lines of communication open.
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Financial Fraud in Divorce: How You Can Protect Your Interests

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If you believe that your soon-to-be ex-spouse will be honest about the disclosure and division of assets and income, think again! According to the National Endowment for Financial Education, nearly one-third of U.S. couples filing for divorce engage in financial infidelity.
Financial fraud in divorce is quite common in the U.S.  One spouse may hide or misrepresent assets or steal the identity of their ex-partner to tweak the divorce settlement in his/her favor. Moreover, the (more...)