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The Un-Holidays: A Co-Parent Solution for the Holidays

The Un-Holidays: A Co-Parent Solution for the Holidays

Click here to find a Divorce Coach Article by: Charles Narcisse In 2021, my soon to be four-year-old daughter would be spending Easter with her mother. Holidays can be stressful for us as we navigate life apart and do our best to co-parent. Undoubtedly, it can be even...

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Mental Rescue Kit

Mental Rescue Kit

Click here to find a Divorce Coach Article by: Jackie Miller At the beginning of my divorce, I was introduced to a woman who was on the other side of her own very high-conflict divorce. A mutual friend had introduced us so I could have the support of someone who knew...

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Finding Freedom Through Forgiveness

Finding Freedom Through Forgiveness

Click here to find a Divorce Coach Article by: Kimberly Rands Census data shows the average American moves 11.7 times during their lifetime*. Sometimes this is by choice, often not. No matter the reason for relocating to a different place, a successful move requires...

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6 Steps To Create A Meaningful Life – Antidote To Suffering

6 Steps To Create A Meaningful Life – Antidote To Suffering

Click here to find a Divorce Coach Article by: India KernSometimes an “unthinkable” event is a needed intervention. It’s the unpleasant wake-up call that can make you a better person if you’re willing to redirect your life, but it’s the “redirecting” of life that is...

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Divorce And The New Year

Divorce And The New Year

Click here to find a Divorce Coach Article by: Jolisa Webb Chin up Beautiful! The new year is full of new beginnings. If you're starting this new year navigating through divorce and trying to find your new normal, you aren't alone. There are some exquisite things that...

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Divorce, Holidays, and Kids

Divorce, Holidays, and Kids

Click here to find a Divorce Coach Article by: Erin Schaden Now that you are starting to trudge the self-care path, what on earth should you do about all the others flailing about you in various stages of grief, denial, anger, resentment, panic...all the various and...

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3 Tips For Managing Your First Holiday Alone

3 Tips For Managing Your First Holiday Alone

Click here to find a Divorce Coach Article by: Pamela Ludmer This time of year is full of holidays, which makes it particularly challenging for people who are newly separated or divorced. But 2020 will be harder than most. We’re in a pandemic, with COVID-19 spreading,...

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5 Ways to Get Out of Your Rut In The New Year

5 Ways to Get Out of Your Rut In The New Year

Click here to find a Divorce Coach Article by: Jenine Powell Going through a divorce can be devastating, so it’s totally normal to experience bouts of sadness. But if you feel like you’re stuck in a rut, here are some ideas for picking yourself up. 1) Reflect on Past...

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Can Your Divorce Be A Blessing In Disguise?

Can Your Divorce Be A Blessing In Disguise?

Click here to find a Divorce Coach Article by: Martha Bodyfelt Divorce is tough. You already have a million things to worry about—taking care of the kids, professional obligations, making sure the house doesn’t look like a nuclear fall-out, worrying about college...

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