Sharing personal information brings people closer together. But how do you know when you’ve gone too far—or when someone else has ulterior motives?
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Whether you should stay or go
Susan Pease Gadoua L.C.S.W.
Most couples have it all wrong when it comes to the timing of their divorce.
Change the dynamics of your fights and everything else should improve. Here's how to do it while also incorporating humor and play.
When your marriage hits a dead end, but you've got kids, try a Parenting Marriage alternative.
Would you live non-traditionally if you saw your lifestyle choice modeled on TV or in the movies? Would it help if you knew that friends and neighbors also lived non-traditionally?
An inexperienced therapist can unknowingly cause harm to their divorcing clients—or even traumatize them with bad information, bad referrals, or by not providing the right support.
Getting stretched emotionally in your divorce? Worried you're "losing it?" Well, you're not. It might help you to know what's happening and how to tame those big feelings.
Couples may think they only have two choices when standing at a marital crossroads, but they may have as many as 10.
Finding a good team is just one of many daunting tasks in a divorce. There is no roadmap. This simple guide is meant to help clarify how and why to hire certain professionals.
Finding the right divorce process is crucial in having a better experience. Here's an option you may not have heard of before.
When you're unhappy in your traditional marriage but you have kids, you may not have to divorce. There's a newer alternative called a Parenting Marriage worth looking into.
Figuring out where everyone will live during a divorce can be tricky. These tips from an expert will help you decide whether nesting would work for you,
Asking your spouse to consider a Parenting Marriage is asking to change all the rules. Read these tips before you try it at home.
You may have more control over your holiday mood than you think.
Making sense of betrayal can be a challenge for those who have been devastated.
Choosing an alternative lifestyle needs to be accepted on a greater level since so few people really fit the one-size-fits-all mold.
Learn about low-cost divorce, kids and divorce, and how to handle it when family members stay friends with your ex.
10 factors that make divorce harder and three things you can do about it.
Ignoring your deepest truth can be one of the greatest mistakes you make. And, in most cases, your body will let you know before your mind does.
Reaching out for help may be the most important thing we ever do to heal from pain, grief and loss. It saves lives.
Not if you can get creative.
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.
Susan Pease Gadoua, L.C.S.W., is the author of Contemplating Divorce and the co-author of The New I Do.