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Feeling burnt out? This expert will tell you how to manage burnout during the divorce process
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 Jennifer Warren Medwin

Feeling burnt out? This expert will tell you how to manage burnout during the divorce process  Are you a divorce professional? Getting divorced is one of the most emotionally challenging and technically complex traumas your clients experience in their lifetime.  As a professional helping your clients navigate these muddy, unchartered waters, you are their first […]

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The Benefits of Partnering with a Divorce Coach
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 Jennifer Warren Medwin

The Benefits of Partnering with a Divorce Coach Building the right team to navigate your divorce is crucial to maintaining your sanity, improving your outcome and managing the costs of your divorce. One important teammate to have on your team is a divorce coach who can help you manage the emotional and logistical aspects of […]

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The Secret Lives of Therapists: How They Practice Self-Care
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 Kristin Davin

The Secret Lives of Therapists: How They Practice Self-Care These days there is only one thing that is certain…uncertainty. Keeping your social distance, dealing with isolation, worries about job security, health and so much more, has created painful uncertainty and enormous stress for most of us who aren’t used  to managing this unpredictability. In this […]

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How Social Distancing Can Make or Break A Marriage
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 Tracy Ross, Divorceify Resident Relationship Expert

How Social Distancing Can Make or Break A Marriage   The quarantine has shifted our busy lives from focusing outside the home to inside. This has brought our relationships with our spouses into hyperfocus and under an unusual scrutiny.   Hear from therapist Tracy Ross, Divorceify’s Resident Relationship Expert, about how  you can use this […]

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Getting Divorced While In Quarantine Together? Be B.R.A.V.E. and Practice 5 Essential Skills to Alleviate Stress
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 Jennifer Warren Medwin

Getting Divorced While In Quarantine Together? Be B.R.A.V.E. and Practice 5 Essential Skills to Alleviate Stress Are you getting divorced but stuck in quarantine together?  Divorceify professional, Jennifer Warren Medwin, Certified Divorce Coach and Family Mediator, walks us through the B.R.A.V.E. framework to help you manage living together while waiting for divorce and stay grounded.  […]

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How Couples Can Survive These Trying Times and Even Benefit
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 Tracy Ross

How Couples Can Survive These Trying Times and Even Benefit In the age of quarantining and social distancing, our relationships at home are really being put to the test.  In this post, Therapist, Tracy Ross discusses ways to minimize conflict and improve your relationship with your significant other during this time.  This post originally appeared […]

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Finding Confidence After Heartbreak An Interview with Masha Titova, CEO and Founder of TITOV
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 Masha Titova

Finding Confidence After Heartbreak An Interview with Masha Titova, CEO and Founder of TITOV Masha Titova launched her own lingerie line after working in apparel manufacturing for Los Angeles-based brands like BCBGMAXAZRIA and Kanye West’s Yeezy line. Masha found herself unsatisfied with the underwear and bra options on the market, so last June she moved […]

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How to access your inner strength during divorce
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 Gabrielle Hartley

How to access your inner strength during divorce Getting divorced is gut wrenching. It takes a toll on your mind, body, and well-being.  We often forget that self-care is crucial to coping with divorce. In this post, Gabrielle Hartley, a divorce attorney, mediator, coach, author, speaker, and Divorceify professional, talks about the support and techniques […]

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Gabrielle Hartley, Author of Better Apart: The Radically Positive Way to Separate, Offers a New Approach to Divorce
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 Gabrielle Hartley

Divorce is emotional, confusing, time-consuming, expensive, and above all else — stressful.  While no one can wave a magic wand and make divorce easy, we can (and should!) be cost sensitive and efficient — harnessing technology and modern techniques to save our clients money and time. This interview is part of Divorceify’s Innovator Interviews, a […]

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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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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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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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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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The Good Divorce
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 Dr. Allison Bell

The Good Divorce 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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From The Jeff Bezos Divorce To Your Home: Does Divorce Among The Wealth Differ From A Middle-Class Divorce? 
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 Dr. Deborah Hecker

From The Jeff Bezos Divorce To Your Home: Does Divorce Among The Wealth Differ From A Middle-Class Divorce?  When we hear about a new celebrity divorce, we’re inclined to ask for details. Did they have a prenup? Why is the couple divorcing? If they had children, who is gaining custody? But for individuals going through […]

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Dealing With Divorce: 10 Steps To Serenity
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 La-Verne Parris

Dealing With Divorce: 10 Steps To Serenity Coach, La-Verne Parris, shares her best tips for finding inner peace and self-love in ten steps. This article is excerpted from the book, The Wellness Code: Your Ultimate Guide to Health, Fitness and Nutrition. STEP 1: Be Compassionate With Yourself and Love Yourself Unconditionally This step lies at the […]

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How to Reclaim Your Power
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 Shannon McGorry

How to Reclaim Your Power Divorce Coach Shannon McGorry, had no idea she gave away her power as a wife and mother until her divorce awakened her soul.  In this syndicated audio interview, listen to Shannon discuss her breakthrough story of how she redefined herself after divorce, and that all it took was the belief […]

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How to Hire the Right Divorce Attorney – a Psychoanalyst’s Perspective
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 Dr. Deborah Hecker

How to Hire the Right Divorce Attorney – a Psychoanalyst’s Perspective When it comes to hiring a divorce attorney, I have heard people say, “I want the meanest, toughest attorney I can find. I need a fighter, someone who’ll take out that shark my spouse hired.” That attitude always makes me shudder. A talented divorce […]

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The First (Divorced) Thanksgiving: How to Handle the Holidays After Divorce
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 Sonia Queralt

The First (Divorced) Thanksgiving: How to Handle the Holidays After Divorce So, you are finally divorced and feeling some relief – then comes the dreaded holiday season.  Ugh! Images of everyone spending time with their families and significant others flood your brain and suddenly the feeling of loneliness is overwhelming and unbearable.  It’s your first […]

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