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Even though we are no longer living together as a married couple, it’s not the end of our relationship — it just means carrying on in a new way.

My Ex-Husband And I Still Hang Out ​

Even though we are no longer living together as a married couple, it’s not the end of our relationship — it just means carrying on in a new way. Read...
Sarah Bregel    |   09.17.18   |   SHARE
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(Artwork: Tess Emily Rodriguez)

Ask Erin: I'm Jealous Of My Partner's Ex

He keeps saying that when the divorce is over she will be out of our lives but it’s not true. I'm jealous of my parent's ex. Read...
Erin Khar   |   09.5.18   |   SHARE
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You may feel terrified but you’ll soon learn that they are simple pleasures to living alone after divorce.

9 Simple Pleasures of Living Alone

You may feel terrified but you’ll soon learn that they are simple pleasures to living alone after divorce. Here are nine simple pleasures of living Read...
Nancy Kay of DivorcedMoms    |   08.20.18   |   SHARE
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From a young age, I showed signs of OCD, which were exacerbated by my parents separating when I was seven.

Children and Divorce: How Experiences Shape Who We Are

From a young age, I showed signs of OCD, which were exacerbated by my parents separating when I was seven. I was caught in the middle. Read...
Michelle Vale of DivorcedMoms    |   08.6.18   |   SHARE
Families
Restoring love is more important than resolving conflict when attempting to save a marriage.

Tips For Restoring Love In A Failing Marriage

Restoring love is more important than resolving conflict when attempting to save a marriage. Conflict is easily resolved if there is a foundation of Read...
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According to Dr. Banschick, “a Malignant Divorce is instigated when one party simply wants to win at all costs.”

What Is A Malignant Divorce And How To Respond If It Happens To You

Dr. Mark Banschick has coined the phrase “Malignant Divorce” to better describe what happens during a high conflict divorce. Read...
Jolie Warren of DivorcedMoms    |   07.6.18   |   SHARE
Minds
We’ve normalized divorce nastiness.

Why Is Our Default Response To Divorce Nastiness?

We’ve normalized divorce nastiness. Anger and conflict have become the default response to going through a divorce. It's not a good thing. Read...
Fallan Jacob of DivorcedMoms    |   06.15.18   |   SHARE
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When Divorce Breaks Up Friendships, Too

Why is it that when the fairy tale ends, people friendly with both parties so rarely maintain both connections? Divorce breaks up friendships, and Read...
Amy L. Freeman    |   06.4.18   |   SHARE
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