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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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