Blog Posts in 2019

  • Talking to the Enemy, Communication with the Other Party

    In any other kind of legal action – criminal or civil or divorce – your attorney is going to tell you not to have any communication with the opposing party, represented or not. There is too much risk that you, as a party, will say the wrong thing, make admissions that will be damaging to your case, or create new conflict, making an already difficult situation worse. But what if the opposing party ...
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  • Reasons Why You Should be Grateful to Your Ex

    Divorce is almost always considered as one of the top five stressors in life, often times higher than death of a family member, and with good reason. Your marriage and your relationship were a big part of your goals, your dreams for your life. Divorce is the death of those dreams, the death of the happy two parent family that everyone seems to have. It is especially stressful when the person who ...
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  • Self-Care Tips for Those Who Are Going Through a Divorce

    Divorce is almost always an emotionally charged experience. In fact, it is one of the most stressful things a person can endure. However, with a few simple tips, you can not only get through it but get through it with grace, so you can move forward with the next chapter in your life. Below is a list of some self-care tips that will help get you through your divorce: Stay active: During a divorce, ...
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  • New Traditions

    Traditions and rituals create continuity with our communities, our families, especially our children, and with our past. Traditions and rituals can be deeply satisfying, and give a wonderful sense of perspective as we look back over years. They can also be stifling and stressful. Especially if you are restructuring your family through a divorce or separation, your old traditions may no longer work ...
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  • Reducing Stress

    Stress has a negative effect on your health, and your ability to navigate your day to day life. Stress activates fight or flight responses which dumps stress hormones into your body, which can override the brain’s pre-frontal cortex, the part of the brain which makes rational choices. If you are reacting badly to stress, the stress tends to escalate, especially when you are going through a ...
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