Adultery, Excused

Written by Joryn Jenkins, Esq.

I’ve been practicing law as a committed trial attorney for forty years now, but it wasn’t until 2009, when I handled my third collaborative divorce, that I experienced that epiphany that collaborative professionals call The Paradigm Shift, i.e. realizing that divorces...

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Is Polyamory For You?

Written Exclusively for It's Over Easy by Sara Bonham

While monogamy is considered the norm for most Americans, there is some validity in questioning if it is indeed the best route to take when it comes to relationships. It seems that every year, the public is made more and more aware that monogamy ...

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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 diving...

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What Can You Do after the Holiday with New Year's Resolutions?

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

Anyone who has a TV, social media or a set of eyes can attest to the overwhelming messaging to make and stick with New Years resolutions so that you too can kick off the year as a better, thinner, more enlightened version of yourself.   

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