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How To Tell Your Spouse You Want A Divorce

If you’re reading this article, you are most likely unhappy and considering asking for a divorce. We’re here to help! Just want to get one thing clear first:  Make sure you REALLY want a divorce and are not just angry with or wanting to threaten your spouse. Rarely do good things come out of acting on anger and impulse. Plus, if you and your spouse both end up angry, it could cost you a lot more in legal fees, court

Virtual Infidelity And Emotional Cheating: Grounds For Divorce?

We live in a world where technology has drastically altered the way we exist–and continues to do so. It has touched our lives, careers, communication, transportation, medicine, and more. So, it only makes sense that technology would affect our love lives as well, right?  Even in just the past two decades, people’s attitudes about infidelity have changed. People today expect more from a spouse than they did fifty years ago. They expect their partner to be their best friend, therapist,

Divorce Worksheets For Coping And Moving Forward

For people going through divorce, the path forward isn’t so clear-cut. Strong emotions can blur your thought processes, and coping with a divorce requires you to rethink where you are and where you’re going. However, divorce is also a chance to make sure the next chapter of your life is one that really fits you. The process can make you value your support system more than ever before. Divorce has the potential to be an eye-opening do-over, even if there’s

Divorcing A Narcissist: Daunting But Possible

Narcissists are known to become angry and even to retaliate when things don’t go their way. If you’re married to a narcissist, you know how volatile your spouse can get in response to a challenge–or worse, an outright rejection like divorce.  Narcissists may be more likely to put their needs over the family’s in divorce proceedings, or to “go scorched earth.” Spouses of narcissists may avoid the thought of divorce, as their minds wander to custody, alimony, or shared assets. 

Surviving The Holidays With Divorced Parents

Navigating the family dynamic after your parents’ divorce can be a minefield, let alone during the holidays. Anxiety over deciding who are you going to spend the holidays with and not hurting anyone’s feelings can make it hard to focus on anything. Though this article won’t tell you which side of the family to spend New Year with, scroll down for some tips on asserting healthy boundaries, even to your parents, and adapting to this change in routine. Get Clear

When You Have A Cheating Spouse, What Can You Realistically Do?

Have you become concerned that your spouse is cheating? If your answer is yes, you are not alone. Experts like sociology professor Kassia Wosick, conducting research from the past two decades, show that on average, the rates of cheating in marriages hover around twenty percent.  It does happen, and it’s not unreasonable to suspect. So how can you tell if you have a cheating spouse, and what can you realistically do in response? How can you tell if your spouse

Heartbreak: How To Heal After A Long Term Relationship

Can you mend a broken heart after a long term relationship? Yes. Have faith in your ability to heal from heartbreak, and get familiar with the 8-step process ahead. At the end of a long term relationship, only a few lucky folks escape feeling free of heartbreak. You likely expected this to last, and maybe even counted on it to last. Is it even possible to heal from a severe broken heart? It’s understandable to feel the entire life you

Grieving The Loss Of Someone Who Is Still Alive

Grief isn’t reserved just for actual deaths. Rather, grief can arise in any situation where there is a loss–or even just the potential for loss. You might be coming to terms with a loved one’s poor prognosis, or you may have lost someone due to a falling out or going “no-contact.” Either way, you’re left to grieve the loss of someone who is still alive.  In cases like this, your grief can be just as deep as mourning an actual

Is It Worth Getting Divorced Later In Life?

If you find yourself asking whether it’s worth it to get divorced later in life (to have a “gray divorce”), here’s how to navigate your reasonable reservations and the challenges you anticipate in the process. Should I get divorced later in life? Such a big question carries big worries with it.  “Will divorce doom me to a life of loneliness?” “Will people assume the worst and think I had an affair?” “Will our assets really be split fairly?” “How can

John Mulaney Models Healing From Divorce With Self Compassion

If you follow the news–or open the TikTok app regularly–you know that John Mulaney is somewhat under fire. But while social critique is valuable, life is more nuanced than the picture we see through our screens. For instance, it’s easy for us to think that celebrity divorces are always bad. Or that going to rehab is scandalous rather than realistic and healthy. So, it’s refreshing when a public figure does the right thing for themselves, rather than what will be

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