Written by Jeni Aron, Professional Organizer & Founder of Clutter Cow Girl, the professional organizing service.
Written by Rebecca Zung, Esq.
Sweaty palms. Heart racing. Fear of rejection. Not wanting to look greedy. Any of these sound familiar when you’re looking at negotiating anything? Now try negotiating during the fight of your life – divorce. I’ve said for years, including in my book and on the many media appearances I’ve made, that there is a divorce paradox. That is, that during the worst most traumatic time of your life (divorce and death are always at the top of any of these surveys), you have to make the most critical decisions of your life. Decisions that will affect the things...
Written by Rachel Steinman
Laura Wasser’s podcast is aptly titled “Divorce Sucks!” because, well, it does! But while divorce itself might suck, divorced parents don’t have to. As the daughter of divorced parents myself, I speak from experience. My mom and dad separated in the early 80s during the rise of America’s divorce rate. A time when more than half of my friends’ parents were also divorcing. Some of my now adult friends are still scarred from the experience, but it wasn’t as hard on me because of how my parents handled themselves.
Written By Yalda Shaygy, Founder of Rosé Toronto
When you hear or suspect someone is a victim of domestic violence, you might wonder, “Why don’t they just leave?” The truth is, they think about leaving all the time. But there are many factors that can hinder that choice. These obstacles can include lack of financial resources, support systems, legal resources, and emotional stability. Often times, it takes something extreme to break through these barriers. Something like starting your own business.