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1). Moving Past An Affair  By : Jenna Stevenson
Affairs are something that many people always believe will not happen to them, but they happen to a lot of people that most of us think seem very happy.

2). Break-Ups Are Never Easy, But You Could Make Them Easier!  By : Richard MacKenzie
This issue is bigger than you think, with thousands every year having to struggle through all of the emotional as well as the practical quagmire. And the unfortunate news is that this type of devastation is on the increase both in Europe and the United States.

3). Learning From a Relationship Breakdown  By : Robert Elias Najemy
A divorce, separation or, in general, any loss of an important relationship is a painful experience. Such pain can seriously diminish our peace and happiness.

4). Learning From a Relationship Breakup  By : Robert Elias Najemy
A divorce, separation or, in general, any loss of an important relationship is a painful experience. Such pain can seriously diminish our peace and happiness.

5). To End or Not to End Your Relationship?  By : Ineke Van Lint
You’re swinging back and forth between staying with or leaving your partner. How to get out of this torture? Stop focusing on your relationship, stop driving yourself crazy running around in circles and get to work at what really matters in life: you, your mission, your passion, your specific talents and what you came here to do.

6). How To Have A Hassle Free Divorce  By : Marc Lindsay
Before entering a divorce theres a few things you need to know. This article will help explain the whole process and hopefully makes it an easy one.

7). Divorce - Are You Heading Towards It? Test Now  By : CD Mohatta
Divorce is not like a volcano. One fine day, we find that a volcano has erupted. Divorce happens over a period of time. The relationship breaks down continuously and we realize that life can no longer be lived together. Many couples wake up when the break down has become total. That becomes very difficult to save the marriage. After that they spend...

8). How to avoid divorce  By : Jonathan Brown
Every marriage hits a rough spot occasionally. And while not every marriage should attempt to be salvaged, a great many more than are saved today should and can be through concerted efforts. So, the first step in avoiding divorce is recognizing that the fact that you have come to this point in your relationship is not unusual, but it does indicate ...

9). The Three Forms of Closure  By : Sam Vaknin
For her traumatic wounds to heal, the victim of abuse requires closure - one final interaction with her tormentor in which he, hopefully, acknowledges his misbehaviour and even tenders an apology. Fat chance. Few abusers - especially if they are narcissistic - are amenable to such weakling pleasantries. More often, the abused are left to wallow in ...

10). Divorce and Rowing to Emotional Recovery  By : Colin Kennedy
Late summer of '92. Bent over, arms on knees, resting, trying to recover from a long hard row against the tidal current. Pleased with this not-so-easy accomplishment. Too bad there wasn't an audience, someone to do the clapping, to deliver accolades. She is no longer here, my wife. Perhaps she is with him right now. Having a morning coffee, or shar...

11). Successful Parenting After Separation  By : dave4
Separation is a challenging time for many parents because it is an adjustment to a new way of life. There are both positive and negative factors to separation and the corresponding changes, but one of the issues that can arise is the differences that parents may have in the ways that they parent the children. The key point or focus that parents nee...

12). How to Tell Your Children About Divorce  By : Jean Mahserjian
Whether your divorce is amicable or contentious, when and how to tell your children can be a difficult issue. Your children may already know that there are difficulties in your home life and marriage, but you may be surprised at the level of their sophistication and knowledge about divorce. Even if they are relieved to hear that a difficult home li...

13). Prevent Divorce Basics  By : Jonathan Mayheart
Your marriage is in trouble, and you know that even though you want to get it all over with that you still love your partner and that you will probably regret your actions in the near future, the action needed is clear- you need to prevent divorce. Divorce is not the answer, and rushing into one is a big mistake, the divorce process w...

14). Divorce and Alimony Formula  By : Jean Mahserjian
In divorce, a common question is, "what is the alimony formula". Well, there really is no set alimony formula for divorce. This is in complete contrast to child support, which is decided based upon a specific formula in each state. Alimony is based on factors and those factors are decided through divorce negotiation or by a divorce judge. But, ther...

15). Reconcile or Move On, How to Decide  By : Colin Kennedy
Should I Reconcile? You are older and wiser now, with an experience or two, and a decision to make. Your desire to reconcile is often a desire to live the dream. To revive your passions and the hopes you lived in the beginning. To return to 'Go' and start over with a new role of the dice. Purhaps reconciliation is not your...

16). An Apple on Your Head, Relationship Physics  By : Colin Kennedy
Attempts to describe the differences and similarities of men and women have been made by philosophers, church leaders, and day-time TV. All have failed. Our ancestors lived in trees, then we evolved. Sort of. After centuries of development men still tend to hunt and gather. Men still consider their role to be the provider, to bring hom...

17). Divorce and Hidden Assets  By : Jean Mahserjian
Not surprisingly, assets are often hidden in a divorce situation. Why - well simply greed, or the feelings of betrayal or anger at the need to divide assets in the divorce, or the fear of not having enough after the divorce all motivate the behavior of hiding assets. In divorce, the parties assets are divided. Under the divorce laws o...

18). If you think divorce is the only option...read on!  By : wully-m
Going through the Pain Barrier Nobody likes pain but its there for a purpose. I am a long time supporter of The Leprosy Mission and one of the things that I’ve discovered about leprosy is that its not normally the disease that results in a persons fingers or toes falling off, it’s the fact that the disease of leprosy stops a per...

19). Estate Planning and Insurance Concerns When You Divorce  By : Thomas McNally
If you are getting a divorce from your spouse, you have a lot of planning to do. You will need to name your own beneficiaries, organize your divided assets, and set up your individual estate. It is important that you meet with a qualified attorney to discuss the specifics of planning your estate to ensure that your wishes are carried ...

20). PASSION Ration cited in Divorce  By : kacycarr
The Passion Ration The last straw to finalize divorce proceedings in a marriage is when adultery is committed. I would say the hurt is unbearable for the loving partner who has been betrayed. Innocent Parties like the children and family members automatically become involved to take their share of the heartache when a marriage collapse...

21). How To Break The News Of Divorce To Your Kids  By : Breakup Guide
Divorce can be a traumatic experience for your children. No matter how old they are, the divorce will be hard for them to understand and eventually to accept. Some children in fact harbor hopes that their parents will get back together even after several years of living apart. Many children feel that they are the ones at fault when the...

22). Don't Divorce Your Children  By : Jean Mahserjian
Divorce is certainly an emotional time for families. In fact, it ranks as one of the most stressful experiences in life. However, it is not only the adults who experience this stress. If the adults are parents, their children often suffer greatly. Their suffering can not be entirely eliminated. A certain amount of grief at the 'death' of their pare...

23). Credit Card Debt after Divorce  By : Jakob Jelling
It is true that marriages are made in heaven. But everything falls flat on their butt once a marriage hits the rocks. Every bit of reconciliation fails and divorce seems to be the only way out. If everything – both financial and other aspects - is settled before parting ways, then we can say - all is well that ends well. But if the separation is no...

24). After Divorce: Seven Ways to Rediscover Your True Passion  By : Joanie Winberg
Going through a divorce is a very challenging time in a person’s life. It is hard to adjust to being single again, as well as living “out of the habit” of being married, especially if you have been married for many, many years. Eventually, you begin to think about dating, but it is suggested that you take your time. Use this precious o...

25). How To Choose A Divorce Lawyer In Toronto  By : Erwin Seltzer
Choosing a Divorce Lawyer or a Family Lawyer in large urban centers such as Toronto, Thornhill, Markham, Richmond Hill and Vaughan, can be very challenging due to the large amount of divorce lawyers and family lawyers practicing in these areas in Ontario. Experienced divorce lawyers and family lawyers can help you through a very stress...

26). Who Suffers More In A Divorce?  By : Breakup Guide
The name divorce has been a household word for people who need it, or just take it as fashion on self-realization for the never ending illusion for the search of “Miss or Mr. Right” for a mate in life. Even in the confines of the most settled or established homes the word “divorce” hovers as a threat to the solemnity of conjugal partnership because...

27). Joint Custody in Divorce  By : Erwin Seltzer
There had been a growing trend, in Ontario, in family and divorce law, over the last few years, for family courts to order joint custody of children. The hope, by some, was that the parenting skills of the parties could be improved with awards of joint custody. The recent Ontario Court of Appeal decision of Kaplanis v. Kaplanis, has tried to put th...

28). Help! I'm in the UK and I need divorce advice  By : Jonathan Brown
Divorce is always painful, especially if it comes after bitter courtroom battles. But you can avoid a lot of pain by hiring the right divorce solicitor. This may not be easy. There are many legal offices and many solicitors. Finding the right one, therefore, requires time and effort. Here is a step-by-step guide. Make a shortlist...

29). How To Prevent Divorce  By : Robert Thatcher
The failure of marriage may be the cause of inconsistency among couples in communicating and interacting with one another both physically and emotionally. Couples tend to hate each other when they do not compromise each other’s mistakes. This often leads to unhappy marriages and even result to divorce. Adultery is one reason why a marr...

30). The fame of the San Diego divorce cases  By : Amelie Mag
The fame of the San Diego divorce cases

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