The Effects of Divorce on Teenagers

Written by Meredith, 16


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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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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 right road map and proper support, you can  accomplish what you've set out to do and feel prepared for your life after divorce.


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Managing Your Post-Divorce Finances

Written by Business Manager & Financial Coach, Carrie Hausner-Casden

A client of mine going through a divorce came to me for financial coaching and we determined she would receive enough alimony and child support to last her between eight to twelve years depending on how much she would curtail her current lifestyle.  Both of her parents are deceased, she received no inheritance, has no siblings, and she and her soon-to-be-ex have one 14-year-old son (which means my client will only receive child support for the next 4 years.)

We talked about her next chapter in life and what it would look...


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