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Divorce Stress

How To Listen To Your Body When Stressed

Guest Article: How To Listen To Your Body When Stressed I know that you are worth it even if you don’t feel that way right now. by Jennifer Pesetsky Here’s what might be going on in your life right now. You are going through a divorce You are raising kids You are caring for a…
money in divorce

3 BIG Ways Your Money Stories Are Sabotaging Your Divorce

Believe it or not, your beliefs around money have a HUGE impact on the outcome of your divorce … so make sure they’re the right ones! You use money, need money, interact with money … every day … but, do you LOVE money? Your relationship with money has deep seated roots in your subconscious and…
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3 BIG Ways Professional Women Get F*cked In Divorce!

You believed marriage was 50/50 … and it wasn’t. So, why do you think your divorce will be? I know you. You’re smart. You’re persistent. You’re goal-oriented. You’ve worked hard your whole life. You worked hard at school … to create more opportunity for yourself. You worked hard to get that right job … when…
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Guest Article: 5 Mistakes You’re Making With Your Divorce Attorney

Avoid These Top Mistakes To Get The Most From Your Attorney And Your Legal Fees! by Kate Kennedy Researching my book “The Great Alimony Myth”, I had the pleasure of talking to many knowledgeable and well-intending attorneys. I always found that lawyers are interesting to chat with because their education and interpretation of society through…
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Guest Article: Don’t Argue Over the Microwave … The Smart Way To Split Your Stuff During Divorce

Keep Calm And Carry On When It Comes to Dividing All That Stuff From Your Marriage. by Kate Kennedy When you decide to divorce there are many, many tasks that loom over our heads such as selecting a mediator, looking up legal advice, processing emotions, going to counseling…and dividing your things. While this appears to…
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Guest Article: Top 6 Alimony Myths

Be smart about your divorce. Don’t buy into these alimony myths! When divorcing, one of the most contentious topics to settle is alimony, also commonly known as spousal support. Spousal support is intended for the recipient to maintain the ability to provide for themselves after the divorce is final. I have spent years researching alimony…
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Guest Blog: 9 Tips For Taking The Sting Out Of Visitation

Divorce is a confusing time fraught with uncertainty and upheaval. Sadly, it can be especially difficult when children are involved. In order to make it easier on them, divorced parents need to collaborate in order to make the visitation process a positive experience. Showing a united front for the children is crucial so that they feel confident and comfortable during this difficult time.

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Breaking The Cycle of Poverty For Single Parents And Their Children

H.O.P.E. is taking down the barriers and shattering the myths about what single parents can achieve. Do you know the saying “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree”? I take that phrase to mean that our children are greatly influenced by our own choices, personalities and situation in life. So, what does that mean…

THIS Is A Child of Divorce … And You Need To Know About Him

You might think you know what happens to kids because of divorce…but I’m here to prove you wrong. Brian D’Apice has dedicated his life to the service of others. He is a U.S. Army veteran, a former teacher in Indonesia and Thailand and is currently planning to bicycle around the perimeter of the continental U.S.…
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What Are You Saying Yes To In Your Divorce?

Saying No is easy. Finding out what you want to say Yes to in your divorce is much more difficult. Divorce is a traumatic event. It represents the loss of a marriage, a partnership, an ideal and the Disney “happily ever after” that was automatically supposed to come with the wedding ring. Regardless of who initiated the divorce, there is…
divorce mediation

6 Things You Need To Know About Divorce Mediation

If you’re getting divorced, here’s what you need to know about mediation to make better decisions.

I recently attended a 40-hour divorce mediation training. Forty hours is the requirement in my state to practice as a divorce mediator. That’s not why I did it though. As a divorce coach, many of my clients are going through mediation and I wanted to support them as best as possible during the process. I truly believe that mediation is a better way to “do” divorce. And I believe that because I walked out of my first mediation meeting and never went back.

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When Does Cheating Lead To Divorce?

Only 10% of marriages that have experienced infidelity end in divorce. So, what are the real reasons behind it when it DOES happen? Cheating represents a need that isn’t being met in the relationship at home – an ego boost, self-validation, self-exploration or even just physical intimacy. And cheating is rampant in our society. 41%…
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