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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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We don't talk much about divorce and suicide but sadly, it's not uncommon. Whether it's a child whose parents are getting divorced, the person who wants to end the marriage but can't or the person whose spouse has said they want a... more

Sooner or later most people try dating after divorce: some people dive right in with little hesitation, other people are more cautious, and some of us even need a push! While there is a danger in waiting too long, being ready is important. Being... more

If you and your spouse own your home, then whether one of you is going to keep it or it's being sold, you'll need a Realtor to work with. It seems like everyone has a friend who's a Realtor so that should be easy, yes? Turns out it's not so... more

Your child's school is a major part of their life and teachers are key players in your child's well-being. This makes it critically important that you work with your child's school through your divorce. There's a fine balance though between providing... more

Sooner or later, most people are interested in dating again after their divorce and as exciting as that is, it typically comes with some anxiety, nerves and hesitation. That's not surprising. For many of us, it's been a while since we dated and... more

It's the start of a new year, the Holidays are over and many people will move ahead with filing for divorce. People who decided to end their marriage in the fall often hold off taking any action because they don't want to spoil the... more

For thousands of years, humans have been making New Year's resolutions. Today, those resolutions are usually focused on some act of self-improvement. While that sounds positive and helpful, it's estimated that 88 percent of people... more

Feeling guilty about the decision to end your marriage is pretty typical. Few people find it easy to break their marriage vows, cause pain and hurt to the person they once loved or bring turmoil and distress to the lives of their... more

If someone asks you why your marriage ended, you might respond that you and your spouse were constantly arguing about money or the kids or sex. What this really points to is an inability to resolve conflict and the most common reason for... more

With Thanksgiving and Black Friday looming large, it's time to figure out how to manage your Holiday spending so you can enjoy the Holidays without guilt over what you did or did not buy, and without going into debt. That's not... more

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