The Complete Guide to Building the Best Online Dating Profile for the New Year

Written By Dating Coach Bela Gandhi

Believe it or not, there are 110 million single Americans at this very moment. That’s 45% of the adult population. So, it’s no wonder that falling in love is at the forefront of so many people’s minds around the holiday season. This time of year is so widely recognized as a moment for looking for love, that it’s even developed its own name: Cuffing Season.


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Massachusetts Divorce: 1A's vs. 1B's

Written by Dea Ilia Coka, Esq.

If you are reading this blog, you are probably considering divorce and trying to learn more about your options. I won’t sugar coat it for you; divorce is extremely taxing emotionally and psychologically, and the sad reality is that in many cases, it can also be financially debilitating for one or both of the parties. However, the side effects of divorce can be mitigated if you go about it the right way. 


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Can Money Make or Break Your Marriage?

Written by Carrie Hausner Casden

In the event of a divorce, stress can come at you from all angles. There’s the emotional turmoil, of course , but there’s also the financial fallout which can cause just as much anguish, if not more.d

Whether you are anticipating divorce or have just finished going through it, it’s commonly agreed upon that all stages of divorce pose highly charged emotional challenges. But even once you’re “done” with divorce,


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Why Couples Therapy Will Actually Save You Money on Your Divorce

Written By Certified Divorce Coach Kate Anthony

Before starting mediation with my former husband, I consulted a divorce attorney to better understand my legal rights. I didn’t know much about the process, and needed to learn what to even ask in preparation for it. I had a lot to consider when diving into divorce proceedings, from division of assets to child support, so I thought seeking guidance from a lawyer would be critical as I navigated these choppy waters.


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The Art of Turning FOMO into JOMO

Written by Dr. Danielle Delaney, Th.D

FOMO. We’ve all had it. Even if you've never heard of the acronym, the feeling or better yet, the fear, is almost unavoidable in modern society.  Fear Of Missing Out (FOMO) is all too real, and has only been made worse with the domination of social media in our everyday lives. Scrolling through the beautifully edited photos on our Instagram and Facebook feeds of our friends on vacation, at parties, and eating fancy meals has fueled FOMO to an unhealthy extent. 


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