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Involving Your Children in Your Divorce Can Be a Critical Mistake

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{2:30 minutes to read} No matter how hurt and angry you may be with your spouse, your children need both a father and a mother. Involving your children in any way as you are working through your divorce is definitely a critical mistake. Trying to alienate your spouse, using your children as a go-between, and [...]

The Ups, Downs and Downs Of A New York Divorce

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A New York writer who document her rags to riches to rags to riches tale in a trilogy is now divorced.  Once a card carrying member of the 1%, her financial nest egg shattered during the 2008 fiscal fiasco.   Suzanne Corso, 50, made her name by writing the series about how the 2008 recession […]

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Is It Really The Politics Sabotaging Your Marriage?

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With the current divisive American political climate, you may come to realize that you have fundamentally different political views than your spouse and with that, start wondering if it is really the politics sabotaging your marriage or something deeper.
I’ve lived in the U.S. for over 30 years. I am a naturalized citizen. I vote here and I do follow politics. From my perspective, there’s always been political differences and in presidential election years, (more...)

Feeling Jealousy Over Your Ex? Help Is Here!

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Divorce is loaded with hard emotions. There’s one that most of us seem to experience regardless of the circumstances of the divorce and that’s feeling jealous of your ex.
You know that feeling—some of us know it all too well during and after divorce.
That feeling that surrounds you when one of your children, after spending the weekend with your ex, tells you about the “new friend” that is at the (more...)

How To Divide Your Household Items In Divorce

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It’s a universal truth about divorce – everyone has household items and everyone needs to know how to divide your household items in divorce.
Most attorneys will tell you that it’s never worth fighting over household items and with an eye on saving on the legal expenses, your attorney may offer very little guidance on how to actually go about this task other than to tell you to value everything at what you would get (more...)

5 Lifesaving Tips For Empaths Going Through Divorce

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Contribution from freelance writer Jackie Edwards
Life as an empath is difficult. Not only do you experience your own emotions, but you also tend to take on others’ emotions as your own. This can become particularly hard to handle when you are going through a divorce. You experience the hurt of your ex-spouse as well as family members. Many of the standard tips for dealing with life after divorce that are covered in this blog can (more...)

Aug 15, The menopause for men – what to do and what not. Free downloads.

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11 Ways to survive your partner's menopause. Expert tips and advice to help save your relationship.

Aug 22, How to get through a breakup. Expert tips, advice and free PDF download

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How to sail through a breakup, with 10 ways to to make it easier and 10 reasons why you need help

DivorceTown® Help and Hope Seminar – October 20, 2017

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…Receive Emotional, Legal & Financial Support ~ One Place, One Time
Friday, October 20, 2017: 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Olive Garden: 2467 Cobb Parkway SE, Smyrna, GA 30080
LUNCH IS INCLUDED with your ticket purchase
DivorceTown® Help & Hope Tickets
Join us as we shine the spotlight on better ways to calm the chaos, find solutions, and connect the dots of divorce.
MEET TOP NOTCH EXPERTS: Receive IMPORTANT information that matters to (more...)

Celebrating a Milestone with YOU!

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It is with great honor that we have just published our Ezine’s 100th issue!  Back in 2008, when Divorce Line began, I could not have known the impact this newsletter would have on so many people’s lives.  Thank you to our loyal subscribers over all these years.
There is much I have learned since our humble beginnings many years ago.  Here are a few observations and lessons I’ve found (more...)