Your Ex-Spouse Moved On. Now What?

How a divorce affects you is completely different to that of how it affects your ex-spouse. You may have an array of emotions that you cycle through at a moment’s notice, and they may have already moved forward from the emotions of the end of

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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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Understanding Dating a Divorcée

For someone who has never experienced divorce, it can be easy to make assumptions about the experience. It can be easy to look at the process and view it through your own lens, assigning your own opinions to various aspects of it, based on previous

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The Trend of the Hall Pass Could Spell Divorce

While a relationship can sometimes include the flexibility of several partners, the social construct tends to imply exclusivity between two individuals. Being married can often help define that exclusivity and make the terms and conditions of the union more clear to the individuals involved and

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