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Whether you should stay or go
Susan Pease Gadoua L.C.S.W.
If you're not careful, divorce can take on a life of its own and the bill can get out of hand before you know it.
Why choose only traditional marriage when there are so many other options?
These alternatives to divorce might just save your marriage.
Knowing what to get your spouse, how much to spend, and where to buy your gifts can speak volumes about how you view the marriage or how engaged in the relationship you are.
By changing the focus of your relationship, you may actually be able to keep the family together as one unit in a happy, healthy way.
Therapists can do more harm than good if they don't know how to support divorcing clients
When choosing comfort after your split, make sure it's not something you might lean on too much.
You may have more options than you realize when you're at a crossroads with your mate.
If you have been deceived for years, you may have this same reaction. But should you?
In an age where people value getting over more than getting along, dishonesty may become the norm.
Marriage can survive the tragic loss of a child. Having these tools in place helps.
Are you feeling like your social life has disappeared since your divorce? Here are three simple steps you can take to feel less lonely and make new friends.
Find out what people trying a Parenting Marriage are hoping for and what they are considering putting it into practice.
When dating over age 45, knowing a few tips can make a big difference.
Instead of trying to change yourself to fit your marriage, change your marriage to fit you.
New ideas about how marriage ought to be that everyone should pay attention to
If you and your spouse are fighting, you could be like Donald and Hillary to your kids.
Thinking outside the box of your unhappy marriage may just bring you the solution to your quandary.
Kids benefit when their parents co-parent well together (even if their parents are not married).
You may have to create the support you need.
You can take control of your life post-divorce by connecting with those who've gone before you.
Our definition for a "normal" marriage is changing in ways we couldn't have imagined even 15 years ago.
Would you still call him a "Best Man," if you knew where that term came from? Probably not.
Anyone who’s ever pondered the demise of a marriage knows that even when money, time and energy are no object, splitting up a family is a very hard thing to do.You may not have to.
Staying is hard. Leaving is hard. This is too big a decision to make on your own. These 7 tips will help.
“Imagine a world where empathy and support trump our old-fashioned concepts.”
When these two factors are present, it will be tougher to get over your breakup. Learn how to maximize your likelihood of recovery.
When your mate has an affair, and you've got kids, you don't have good options. A Parenting Marriage offers you a another alternative by redefining the terms of your marriage.
Anyone experiencing the pain of wanting out of the marriage but wanting to stay for the kids would welcome a creative alternative to divorce.
This newer alternative is actually a throw-back to the ways people used to operate all the time (and, in some areas of the world, still do).
Susan Pease Gadoua, L.C.S.W., is the author of Contemplating Divorce and the co-author of The New I Do.