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Life After Divorce: Before Letting Go, Do This
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 Tara Eisenhard

Life After Divorce: Before Letting Go, Do This Author of The D-Word and Pennsylvania-based divorce coach Tara Eisenhard is known for her straightforward and honest approach to divorce. This post originally appeared on her blog, Relative Evolutions, where she muses about the divorce process and her experience with clients. It can also be read in […]

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Is Divorce Harder For The Person Leaving (The Dumper) Or For The One Being Left Behind (The Dumpee)?
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 Dr. Deborah Hecker

Is Divorce Harder For The Person Leaving (The Dumper) Or For The One Being Left Behind (The Dumpee)?   Regardless of whether you are the spouse that wanted the divorce or not. Leaving a marriage is difficult for everyone.  In this post, Dr. Deborah Hecker shares her perspective on the varying effects of  divorce on […]

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Should We Stay Together For The Children?
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 Kristin Davin

Should We Stay Together For The Children? Contemplating divorce when children are involved changes the dynamic of the decision making process.  Some parents stay together until their children are grown, others divorce while their kids are young. The decision is personal and a difficult one to make. Should you stay together for your kids?  In […]

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Wondering How to Survive Divorce? Here’s the Key
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 Shannon McGorry

Wondering How to Survive Divorce? Here’s the Key This is a guest post by Divorce Recovery Coach, Shannon McGorry. McGorry, who personally went through a divorce, talks about the moment she figured out how to survive divorce, and offers that advice to you. So much of this post is in sync with my feelings on […]

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The Common Mistakes That People Make When Going Through a Divorce and How to Avoid Making Them, An Interview with Cat Blake
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 Sonia Queralt

The Common Mistakes That People Make When Going Through a Divorce and How to Avoid Making Them, An Interview with Cat Blake Catharine Blake comes from 20 plus years as a child and family psychotherapist. She turned to training as a Divorce Coach after going through her own high conflict divorce. Catharine coaches those contemplating, […]

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Preventing a Parental Child Abduction
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 Melissa Kucinski

Preventing a Parental Child Abduction When a global family reconfigures because of a divorce or separation, many complex questions must be answered to avoid parental child abduction. Attorney and Mediator, Melissa Kucinski explores steps you can take to avoid this situation. More families today are global in nature – having connections to multiple countries, cultures, […]

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Yes, I Love Divorce. No, I’m Not Anti-Marriage. Thoughts from a Divorce Coach.
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 Tara Eisenhard

Yes, I Love Divorce. No, I’m Not Anti-Marriage. Thoughts from a Divorce Coach. Author of The D-Word and Pennsylvania-based divorce coach Tara Eisenhard is known for her straightforward and honest approach to divorce. This post originally appeared on her blog, Relative Evolutions, where she muses about the divorce process and her experience with clients. It […]

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When Will I Be Ready To Date Again After Divorce?
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 Kristin Davin

When Will I Be Ready To Date Again After Divorce? You’ve finally signed those divorce papers…now what? Moving on after divorce presents a new set of challenges, but the path to finding happiness is attainable with the right support and guidance.  In this post, Dr. Kristin Davin, discusses dating after divorce – how you know […]

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The Gift of An Anchor…The Best Divorce Support: The Top 5 recommended categories for support during divorce from a Divorce Recovery Coach
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 Shannon McGorry

The Gift of An Anchor…The Best Divorce Support: The Top 5 recommended categories for support during divorce from a Divorce Recovery Coach Divorce Coach Shannon McGorry preaches what she has practiced, having been through her own divorce. In article, Shannon discusses why having a support anchor is so important during the entire divorce process, especially […]

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Divorce and Finances: How to Make Smart Financial Decisions in the Midst of Uncertainty
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 Stephanie McCullough

Divorce and Finances: How to Make Smart Financial Decisions in the Midst of Uncertainty Stephanie McCullough, Founder and CEO of Sofia Financial, has seen a lot of clients who are dealing with divorce. While the advice below applies to anyone going through a period of uncertainty, it’s especially important for those navigating divorce and finances. […]

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Shared Weight
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 Dr. Allison Bell

Shared Weight Dr. Allison J. Bell, Psy.D., has a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Yeshiva University and a Master’s degree in dance/movement therapy from Hunter College. She has been in private practice in Westchester County, N.Y. since 1987, and is specialty-trained in child psychology, neuropsychological evaluation of children and marital therapy.  In this post, […]

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How to Make School Your Child’s Ally After Divorce!
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 Rosalind Sedacca

How to Make School Your Child’s Ally After Divorce! Rosalind Sedacca, CDC is the founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network, a Divorce & Co-Parenting Coach and author of the acclaimed ebook, How Do I Tell the Kids About the Divorce? A Create-a-Storybook Guide to Preparing Your Children — With Love!  In this post, Rosalind shares advice for […]

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Eight Reasons To Try Divorce Mediation
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 Rachel Green

Eight Reasons To Try Divorce Mediation Rachel Fishman Green, Esq. has been a divorce mediator in New York since 1995. She runs ReSolutions – Mediation/Legal Services, LLC in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Rachel has helped divorcing and separating couples resolve conflicts concerning all aspects of divorce, including division of homes, time with the children, dividing small […]

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One word every divorced & separated parent needs to stop using now
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 Christina McGhee

One word every divorced & separated parent needs to stop using now Christina McGhee is a coach with 20+ years of experience, offering short-term support for separating or divorced parents who are committed to getting it right for their kids. In this post, Christina talks about how to cope with divorce and maintain a family […]

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Divorce and Finances: SMART Money Moves for Women AFTER Divorce
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 Stephanie McCullough

Divorce and Finances: SMART Money Moves for Women AFTER Divorce Stephanie McCullough, Founder and CEO of Sofia Financial, has seen a lot of clients who are dealing with divorce. In the article below, Stephanie shares tips on how women can make smart financial decisions after divorce. This article originally appeared on sofiafinancial.com. You’re through it. […]

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Keeping Fathers In
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 Dr. Allison Bell

Keeping Fathers In Dr. Allison J. Bell, Psy.D. has a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Yeshiva University and a Master’s degree in dance/movement therapy from Hunter College. She has been in private practice in Westchester County, N.Y. since 1987, and is specialty-trained in child psychology, neuropsychological evaluation of children and marital therapy. In this […]

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How to beat your divorce guilt for good
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 Martha Bodyfelt

How to beat your divorce guilt for good. GUILT. What an ugly word and a terrible feeling. Guilt comes in all sorts of mutating forms before, during, and after divorce. We may feel guilty because of a specific/concrete action we have done, or, more likely, divorce guilt permeates our lives like a mist running through […]

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Divorce Coach Confessions: Should I Stay or Should I Go?
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 Cherie Morris

Divorce Coach Confessions: Should I Stay or Should I Go? Do you wonder, more than occasionally, whether you should stay in your marriage or file for a divorce? Is it more than the unavoidable flash of “anything is better than this” anger that flares up when the house is a mess, the kids are out […]

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What is Premarital Counseling?
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 Zencare

What is Premarital Counseling? Curious about premarital counseling, and if it might be right for your situation? Here’s what you need to know about this helpful tool, including whether – and how! – it might work for you and your partner. What is premarital counseling? Premarital counseling is therapy for couples who are engaged, considering […]

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5 Crucial Steps To Ease The Way For Divorcing & Divorced Parents
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 Rosalind Sedacca

5 Crucial Steps To Ease The Way For Divorcing & Divorced Parents Rosalind Sedacca, CDC is the founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network, a Divorce & Co-Parenting Coach and author of the acclaimed ebook, How Do I Tell the Kids About the Divorce? A Create-a-Storybook Guide to Preparing Your Children — With Love!  In this post, Rosalind […]

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The Importance of Empowerment During the Healing Process After Divorce, An Interview with Martha Bodyfelt
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 Sonia Queralt

The Importance of Empowerment During the Healing Process After Divorce, An Interview with Martha Bodyfelt Martha Bodyfelt is a divorce coach and the founder of Surviving Your Split based in Washington D.C..  Martha’s practice grew out of her desire to empower women – especially those that have been taught that their own needs didn’t matter. […]

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A CPA That Approaches Financial Disputes Differently: An Interview with Steve Kaplan
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 Sonia Queralt

A CPA That Approaches Financial Disputes Differently: An Interview with Steve Kaplan Steve Kaplan is a CPA, Business Valuation Expert, Financial Advisor and Founder of S. Kaplan CPA in White Plains, New York. Steve recognizes the harms of divorce and his practice is dedicated to understanding the needs of his clients so that he can […]

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Self-Awareness + Action = Change; An Interview with Divorce Coach, La-Verne Parris
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 Casey Rose Shevin

Self-Awareness + Action = Change; An Interview with Divorce Coach, La-Verne Parris La-Verne Parris is a New York-based divorce coach with a unique approach and an affordable rate. La-Verne helps her clients identify their specific challenges and then focus on how they can effect positive change by altering their own actions, attitude or approach. La-Verne […]

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