Leaning into SEL to Help Children Navigate COVID-19

‘When We Stayed Home’ encourages emotional regulation and empathy, the cornerstones of Social Emotional Learning (SEL), to empower the young and confused during powerless times. (Note: this post is not a substitute for professional advice or therapy from a licensed therapist)

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Divorce and Social Security (@Nextqtrcentury)

Written Exclusively for It's Over Easy by James McGlynn CFA, RICP

When I talk to people about Social Security and divorce I am amazed at how much wrong information there is about such a major benefit. In this article, I'm going to explain how long you need to be married to qualify for spousal and...

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If You’re Thinking About Divorce, Think About This First

Written exclusively for It’s Over Easy by Relationship Maven, Dr. Abby Medcalf

I'll bet you never imagined that you’d be wrestling over the 80's band called The Clash’s epic line, “Should I stay or should I go?” Yes, this indecision is bugging you!

The waffling back and forth, the feeling of unc...

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Should I Change My Name After a Divorce? (3 things I wish someone had told me!)

Ugh! On top of getting divorced, changing names is just one more unpleasant task! Reflecting back on both my name changes, here’s three things I wish someone had told me! Not only could I have got days of my life back, I would have felt more ‘ME’ much earlier in the process.

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Co Parenting with a Narcissist

Does your ex spouse actually have Narcissistic Personality Disorder, and does it matter?

Even if your co parenting relationship is relatively functional, you’ve probably had this thought at least once: “My ex is such a narcissist.”

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