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Dating Smart After Divorce

Not surprisingly, smart dating after divorce requires a new approach. One that is reflective and thoughtful in a different way than you may have been before. It’s time to milk your marriage and divorce for information and take lessons from your experiences to make choices that work better for you.

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Are You Wasting Precious Time?

If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that there are no guarantees.  If we’re honest, our divorces taught us that too. Even as you get your life back on track after these major derailments, you may find yourself falling back into letting the time fly by in “default” mode:

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A divorce attorney and a divorce coach walk into a bar . . .

Listen in on the conversation when I chat with divorce attorney Raiford Palmer, author of I Just Want This Done: How Smart, Successful People Get Divorced Without Losing Their Kids, Money, and Minds, about the issues our clients face and our best advice for getting through divorce with your sanity

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My anger is Eating me Up. How do I Change my Thought Process?

Dear Deb: I feel completely betrayed and my feelings of anger and resentment toward my Ex are eating me up. What can I do to change my thought process? Dear Angry Friend: You’ve been betrayed. It’s not right, it’s not fair and it’s outrageous. What you’re feeling is normal and

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5 Women Share How Divorce Made Their Lives Better

Divorce isn’t what we plan or hope for on the day we get married. Navigating your emotions while dividing up physical and financial assets is messy. But, once we sort through the logistics and get past the shock, we can improve how we feel about divorce by looking at its

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Three-Step Plan to Uplevel Your Self-Confidence After Divorce

Confidence is your ability to trust in yourself, your judgment and your abilities. It contributes to optimism about the future, willingness to take risks, and the ability to learn from your past — all things that support divorce recovery.It’s normal to find your self-confidence level on life support in the aftermath of

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How Can My Ex Be So Cold & Uncaring After 28 Years of Marriage?

I recently asked my social media audience to share some of the biggest challenges they’re having when it comes to divorce. Here’s a poignant response I received:“My biggest challenge has been understanding how my Ex can be so cold and uncaring after 28 years of marriage. Since our separation, he’s