How to Divorce - The 5 Things You Should Try

Written by Gabrielle Hartley, Esq.

When a couple decides to divorce, sometimes they come to that decision together and it is a calm and relatively seamless parting.  Sometimes, however, the decision to leave is sparked by an event. A betrayal. A realization. A revelation. Whether you've chosen to opt for a do it yourself divorce, or you're hiring an Attorney or Coach, moving beyond divorce is a process.  We all know this. Theoretically, someone leaves a marriage because that person is looking to make his or her life better. If you are the one who was dumped, you know in your mind that you...


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Featured Article | Changing The Face Of Divorce

Written By Featured Guest Blogger (and our friend) Elizabeth Winkler, MA LMFT

What if we could create more love in the world through the process of breakups, separations, and divorce? This may sound strange, but it is entirely possible for those who are willing to do the internal work. This is what I call "Mindful Untethering."  I have created five tenets to follow and come back to as guides for the internal "divorce" that is necessary for individuals to find peace, empowerment, and ultimately the abundant love that lies within each one of us


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The Talk About Divorce That No Couple Wants To Have

Telling Your Spouse that You Want a Divorce

Even though this talk about divorce may be awkward, waiting will only make things in your marriage worse.

Telling your spouse that you want a divorce can be avoided for quite some time, but if your marital problems are escalating, it has to be said eventually. In fact, according to about.com, one of the worst ways to go about facing the problems in your marriage is to avoid the divorce conversation altogether.

Notifying your spouse that you want a divorce by serving them papers by mail or email, or by telling them by requesting a divorce...


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