Recent Posts by Moriel Berger

Moriel Berger is a Los Angeles native with a background in writing and marketing, primarily in the startup world. She is a J.D. Candidate at Loyola Law School and holds B.A. in Liberal Arts from Sarah Lawrence College. After watching her parents go through a prolonged and painful divorce when she was in her early twenties, Moriel was inspired to learn about more positive alternatives, which eventually led her to join the team at It's Over Easy. When she isn't helping to foster peaceful dissolutions and satisfying next chapters, she can often be found painting or cycling.

19 Experts Give Warning Signs Of Divorce You Need To Pay Attention To

Some might equate the end of a marriage with tumultuous arguments, clandestine infidelities, or unforgivable betrayal.  However, the signs of divorce can often be subtle, everyday occurrences that go unnoticed by one or both marital partners.

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When to Walk Away From a Sexless Marriage

Should You Divorce Over a Sexless Marriage?

Most married couples experience the occasional dry spell. This can even happen within a perfectly healthy relationship in accordance with the ordinary stresses, trials, and tribulations of life. Sometimes, however, an ordinary dry spell goes on long eno...

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Emotional Affairs and Texting

Is Texting Someone You Find Attractive Cheating?

If you take a look around at the couples you know, it might seem like cheating is rampant. Unfortunately, the statistics support this observation. One survey for the Institute for Family Studies showed that 20% of men and 13% of women report cheati...

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When to Walk Away After Infidelity: 7 Signs It Might Be Time To Leave

Cheating is undeniably one of the most difficult things that you and your spouse could ever face. If your marriage has been through it, then you’re all too familiar with the anxiety, anger, and devastation that often follows. This whirlwind of negative emotions isn’t helped by the fact that it’s ...

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How to Know When Your Marriage Might Be Over

For older generations, if one found oneself in an unhappy marriage, staying in it with gritted teeth was the default option. Nowadays, a divorce rate of approximately 45% might not sound that optimistic, but actually we’re probably the lucky ones. 

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