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 div...


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When the Hardest Person to Forgive Is Yourself

Written By Psychotherapist Meg Josephson, L.C.S.W. 


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Social Media and Divorce: 5 Reasons Social Media is Not Your Friend

Written by Divorce/Break-up Coach Prudence Henschke

I love my phone as much as the next person.  I need it close by to keep an eye out for important “work” emails; to capture the special moments in my children’s lives; to take urgent calls from family members, or is that what I tell myself?


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The Sort Made Simple: Moving After Divorce

Written By Jacqui Knapp, Founder & C.E.O. KNAPP HOUSE Home Management

Wherever you are in your divorce – whether you’re relieved or devastated – the steps to move after divorce, and start on your next chapter can feel very overwhelming.  Just know you don’t have to go through this alone. With the...


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Lessons Learned from Divorcing An Emotional Vampire

A co-authored article inspired by a real wife and mom’s experience with her ex-husband

A reader recently wrote in with this question:  “How do you deal with an emotional vampire?

She said she heard the phrase on the radio and when searching for the meaning, she discovered a book with the same ti...


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