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When You and Your Ex Should Get A Cell Phone for Your Teen

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Years of parenting has led to one inevitable event: the day your teenager asks for a cell phone. While this may not be a surprise, you and your ex must decide together whether getting your teen a phone protects their best interests. If one of you buys a phone without the other’s consent, it may create serious discord between you and your former partner.
There are a number of steps that you should take to decide with (more...)

Relationship Red Flags

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Sometimes we often get into relationships quickly without taking time to get to know one another and appreciate just being friends. These results often stem from one persons desire or longing to be in a relationship. Here are a few things you should lookout for in the early stages of a relationship to avoid an unavoidable downfall.
One of the first red flags are pet names! If the person you are dating begins calling you pet names too (more...)

Why Taking The High Road In Divorce Matters And 10 Ways To Do It

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Taking the high road in divorce is not easy. As a matter of fact, it might seem downright unfair, and even stupid sometimes. Why would you ever want to do anything good, or fair, or nice to someone who just destroyed your family, your dreams, and your heart?
If you have kids, the obvious reason is to do it for their sake. Because whether you like it or not, you and your ex are going to be your kids&(more...)

Looking At Your Spouse’s Texts? Let’s Talk About It!

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Let’s say your spouse goes into another room and his or her phone is sitting right there on the coffee table. If you start looking at your spouse’s texts and emails, are you:
 
1. Doing something wrong? Yes and no.
2. Doing something unethical? Yes.
3. Being a psycho? It depends.
4. Being really really insecure? In some cases.
5. Listening to your gut because your gut is telling you he is cheating? In (more...)

Are Your Kids Paying The Price For Your Difficult Divorce? How Not To Sabotage Your Divorce For the Sake of the Kids!

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Parents Fighting Around Kids After DivorceBy Rosalind Sedacca, CDCMost people believe belive that it’s divorce itself that scars children. But the real truth is HOW PARENTS HANDLE THE DIVORCE IS WHAT DOES THE MOST DAMAGE! Know that, I faced a lot of skepticism, from both the media and from parents, when I started my work as Founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network. There were gender battles between mothers and fathers – each side accusing the (more...)

New Study Finds The Best Ways To Get Over A Breakup

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Have you ever been dumped?  Anyone who has knows that the post-breakup feeling can really eat away at the psyche of any human being but how are we supposed to combat these feelings of rejection and sadness?
According to Time Health, a new study has revealed that there are three main strategies that could potentially aid in overcoming the low-feelings of a breakup.
The Three Strategies Are:
Reappraise the ex-This strategy involves reevaluating everything about one’(more...)

6 Ways To Keep Your Divorce Out Of The Courtroom

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Most people want to keep their divorce out of the courtroom. They hope their spouse will agree their marriage is over and then they can discuss the parenting and finances as reasonable people who once loved each other. Few of us relish even the thought of the nastiness and expense of a litigated divorce and no wants the long, drawn out negotiations that keep you locked in a state of limbo for months on end.
Realistically, a litigated divorce (more...)

Divorce Tips To Follow When Divorce Has Started

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A divorce can be extremely tough even in the most favorable circumstances. Not only does a spouse go through deep emotional anguish, they have to bear the stress of coping with the court proceedings and financial constraints. Apart from these difficulties, you may have to go through even greater troubles unless you do not prepare yourself well Check out a few common difficulties you may encounter in your divorce and how you can cope up with them.
Do not (more...)

Facebook and Divorce – Proceed with Caution

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Not only can social media contribute to the breakup of a marriage, it can also impact your divorce as well. Here’s why you should avoid social media before and during your divorce.

Celebrities Splitting Up Shows You Really Can’t Tell What a Relationship Is Like From the Outside

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Celebrity Moms & DadsWhen Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum announced their split, shock felt unavoidable. A licensed therapist shares how to handle a breakup and share the news, especially when kids are involved.
[embed:render:node:164472:left:story_featured_image]Most of us are pretty good at identifying when there is trouble in paradise. We think we know the tell-tale signs and often times when friends or celebrities split, it doesn't take much for us (more...)