Stop Calling Your Ex ‘Crazy’

It is sometimes easier to put someone down and enlarge their faults than to admit that you were partially to blame for a situation. Whether this is in the context of work, friendship, relationships, or marriage itself, it can be an easier to admit you

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Dealing with Fatigue During a Divorce

Remaining vigilant for as long as the divorce process can last is an exhausting expectation. It requires constant focus and concentration. Many feel that if you take a break and lose sight of the experience, you may fall behind and lose a part of your

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Identifying Resilience in Children of Divorce

For children of divorce, the key is time. Whether the changes to their routine are major or minor, how much time passes between occurrences can determine how they adjust. Between the conflict between parents and the possible moving that may occur, children have a lot

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Understanding Bipolar Disorder and Divorce

The highs of a relationship can be great. Anyone who has ever been in a functioning and happy relationship knows the satisfaction of experiencing a mutually beneficial bond between two individuals in love. On the same token, the lows of a relationship can be devastating.

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