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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Navigating Loneliness & Life Stage Transitions at the Holidays

Written by Dr. Danielle Delaney, Th. D.

Many call it “The most wonderful time of the year” and sometimes, it can be. But to be fair, for a large amount of people, the holidays bring a deep feeling of loss, longing, emptiness and pain. The reason? Well, society has basically banged us over the head with the idea that a happy family or marriage or partnership is the yardstick by which to measure all things. When we are in transition in any way, be it a divorce, job loss or change, change in relationship status, death of a loved one, ending of a friendship, ANY transition or change at all,...


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Breaking Up Is Normal, Get Over It!

I hope you’re here visiting it's over easy as a curious tourist surfing the web rather than facing the end of your marriage. If you are here researching divorce, listen to Laura. She knows divorce and wants to give you a pathway that is efficient and direct so that you have the room to focus your energy on everything but the machinations of divorce. We should all have care providers with Laura’s pragmatism, authenticity, tenderness, and strength so that we can focus on the deeper things divorce asks of us.


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L.O.V.E. Redefined After Divorce

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

Sanskrit has 96 words for love; ancient Persian has 80, Greek three, and English only one. This is indicative of the poverty of awareness or emphasis that we give to that tremendously important realm of feeling. Eskimos have 30 words for snow, because it is a life-and-death matter to them to have exact information about the element they live with so intimately. If we had a vocabulary of 30 words for love ... we would immediately be richer and more intelligent in this human element so close to our heart. An...


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Holiday Feature | "OM" For The Holidays

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

The holidays can be very stressful.  From endless expectations to the pressure to buy presents, one can easily be overwhelmed. Add separation and divorce to this busy time of year and you have even more shuffling and stressors to deal with. At it’s over easy we provide a platform that puts the control in your hands.  The site also provides tools to help you navigate through divorce and some of life's ups and downs along the way.


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