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Tips for Talking to Kids About Separation

Kids often know more than we think they do. If there has been an affair, they probably know. If there has been ongoing tension or fighting, they have probably sensed that their parents are going to get divorced – even if they don’t fully comprehend what that means. At the

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My Childhood Divorce Story

Recently I met with a young woman who had a refreshing take on her parent’s divorce. Here is what she had to say. My parents divorced when I was around 6 years old. Since I was quite young I don’t think I really understood what was happening. I was excited

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Our top 3 tips to avoid the most common separation mistake

Guard against this common separation mistake with our three simple tips to save time, money and achieve the future you want. Stress brought on by separation negotiations may tempt you to walk away and leave others responsible for the outcome, but this course of action brings great risks for your

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The 3 Year Adjustment

Newly separated? Want it over quickly? Buckle up. It’s going to be a long ride! Unfortunately, the process of separation or divorce just can’t be rushed. If you have children, it is more of a transition to a different kind of relationship with your partner (ex partner) and even if

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Divorce done differently: towards a positive new way

Watching strong women made vulnerable through family breakdown took me back to my childhood but knowing a ‘good divorce’ was possible, I realised it was time to offer a better path. I’d been a child of divorce, had ended my own marriage in my late 20s and observed family and

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What to expect when you end your relationship

There comes a time when enough is enough –  and that point is different for everyone. Being the one to end the relationship comes with its own heartache, no matter the reason you ended it. Making the decision to end your relationship is not a decision that should be made

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How to keep your expectations in check!

Managing your own expectations within a relationship is difficult enough.  It’s a whole new ball game when it comes to co-parenting.  Expectations are the ‘strong belief that something will or should happen’. We all have expectations. Some are met, some are not but when our expectations are strong and the

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When ‘it’s over’ comes too soon

Discover our Top 3 tips for picking up the pieces and starting again when your relationship ends unexpectedly. An unexpected end to a relationship can stop you in your tracks, but it’s possible to start again – even when you feel like you’ve lost hope. While both parties usually know

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When you feel like you’re getting nowhere fast

  It’s easy to feel as though you’re getting nowhere fast, but a moment of reflection can help you realise just how far you’ve come. Sometimes you can feel as though you’re getting nowhere fast, but by taking a moment to reflect you may just realise how far you’ve come.

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