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CO-PARENTING DURING THE HOLIDAYS

Adapting to custody sharing agreements can be stressful for many newly separated and divorced parents any time of year. This can be especially true for ex’s who have animosity towards…
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SAYING “I DO” TO A STRANGER

With every conceivable scenario that makes for addictive, binge-worthy TV, it’s no wonder millions of people worldwide commit exorbitant amounts of time watching scandalous, titillating, fantastical and improbable reality shows.…
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TO VENT OR NOT TO VENT

There is endless material about the pros and cons of venting. Most life coaches, HR managers, psychologists and basically anyone with an interest or opinion on the benefits of airing…
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THE ECONOMY AND MARITAL HEALTH

Whether you agree or not, Bloomberg Economics’ opinion is that there is close to a three-in-four probability there will be a recession by the start of 2024, and economists at…
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THE DIVORCED PARENT EFFECT

Then and Now For generations researchers have been studying the effects of “intergenerational transmission of marital instability,” which in laymen’s terms means, the effect divorced parents have on their children’s…
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KEEPING YOUR DIVORCE PRIVATE

You should be careful to whom you spill your guts to because one day they may decide to air your dirty laundry on their clothesline for anyone passing by to…
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THE FEAR OF DIVORCE

We are all familiar with some of the most common types of fears, such as Claustrophobia, the fear of enclosed spaces and Arachnophobia, the fear of spiders. Other equally unnerving…
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LUCK OF THE IRISH

St. Patty’s Day is this month, and hopefully the luck of the Irish will be bestowed upon us all. Interestingly, Irish American History Professor Edward T. O’Donnell, among others, traces…
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AFFAIRS OF THE HEART

Ah, it’s February and love is in the air. But why? According to an article by HISTORY¹, Valentine’s Day and the story of its patron saint are a mystery. “We…
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