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Conversations About Divorce

Conversations About Divorce

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Divorce coach and mediator Mandy Walker shares compassionate, practical, expert advice on moving from we to me, featuring interviews with the leading divorce experts on every aspect of divorce: making the decision, parenting, money, healing and recovery, the STBX and the legal stuff ... we cover it all. You don't have to do this alone and you will get through this.

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Divorce professionals say it's best to approach your divorce negotiations as a business discussion but how do you take your emotions out of it? First, let's remember why these discussions need to be more business: the legal system is... more

Ending your marriage means not only renegotiating your relationship with your spouse but also with your children. Reorganizing your family creates the opportunity for improving your relationship with your children. Sometimes it... more

Blending a family is a huge, complex topic and this is only going to scratch the surface ... if you are dating again, thinking about getting married again then you're going to need to help your children adjust to your remarriage. We know that... more

Your divorce is about you and your spouse ending your marriage but how you do this and how you parent with your STBX after your divorce will have a profound impact on your child no matter their age. One thing you can be sure of: your... more

Extra-marital affairs are not unusual - some studies have found that some 60 percent of married partners report having engaged in affairs. Some spouses do reconcile and recover from infidelity and may even report a stronger, closer... more

Post-divorce travel adventures became familiar with Elizabeth Gilbert's epic, "Eat, Pray, Love" and while such a long, exotic trip may be out of reach for many, with some creativity and imagination you could make it happen. Joining Mandy... more

The words 'divorce' and 'etiquette' aren't often heard together. When we hear the word 'etiquette,' we think manners, politeness, courtesies - again not things typically associated with ending a marriage. And perhaps that's exactly why so... more

It doesn't matter who decides to end the marriage, both parties are usually hurt (even if some are reluctant to admit it). Most people want to know how to protect themselves from getting hurt after divorce. The answer to that is boundaries. We... more

There is always less money after divorce and ending a marriage means facing that reality. There's really no way to avoid it. Some people find themselves having to handle the household accounts for the first time either in a long time or... more

We all know someone who says their marriage ended suddenly with no warning. It's hard to believe. We all like to think there must have been some red flags that were missed. After all, how could two people, married to each other, have such... more

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