Divorce Blog

Posts by Karen Stewart

For Sale

Real Estate and Divorce – When You are Not Willing to Sell

Options of what to do with your home if you are just not prepared to sell, even though you are getting a divorce.

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Real Estate

Real Estate and Divorce – to sell or not to sell?

Deciding what to do with the family home is divorce can be stressful. The key to a smart decision is to ensure it is not emotional.

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Questioning Women

Abundance or Lack of Abundance Is a State of Mind

Getting Divorced? Coming from the place of Scarcity vs Abundance has more impact on your resolution then you might think. How costly, stressful and how many months or years associated with your separation is a result of not only the way you chose to resolve your issues but also your state of mind.

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Conscious Uncoupling

Conscious Uncoupling

Gweneth Paltrow and Chris Martin coined the phrase “Conscious Uncoupling” to represent how to move through a divorce in a healthy way. Perhaps it was to camouflage the heartache of a sad, difficult ending or maybe they are on to something.

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Business Impact

Divorce and Its Economic Impact on Corporations

Employees that are getting either divorced or separated, cost corporations into the hundreds of thousands in lost time and productivity. The Statistic is overwhelming and perhaps it is time for Employers to step up their game in assisting their employees when faced with divorce.

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Love Is Made Not Found

Love Is Made Not Found

Divorce is hard. While the grass may look greener in a post-marriage scenario and spending another Valentine day with someone you no longer want to share a romantic dinner may seem difficult, think hard before ending your marriage. Your marriage may be worth fighting for.

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Family with Young Children

Respectful Communication for Post-Divorce Parenting – Is that Possible?

Every parent wants respect and flexibility when it comes to Co-Parenting. Here are some tips to help you achieve effective communication with our ex.

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Happy Senior Couple

You Can Prevent a Divorce – Part 3

Words can Destroy or Build your relationship and the choice is completely yours. Read the full blog with Huffington Post about how words can prevent a divorce and save your marriage.

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Do Not Take The Bait

Do Not Take the Bait

If you are going through a divorce, then there is no doubt that your soon-to-be ex will have mastered how to push your buttons. Your challenge is to not react — no matter what! Here are a few helpful tips to try.

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Family All Texting

Married for the Weekend

Have we gone too far with new reality shows like Married for the Weekend? Maybe this mockery of marriage has gone one step too far.

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Phil Hoffman

Addictions Destroy Marriages and Lives

Addictions can destroy relationships and sometimes result in abrupt endings to life like that of Seymour Hoffman. Some marriages, unfortunately, suffer the consequences of addictions that are out of control.

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Man Whispering

To Trust or Not to Trust?

Relationships end every day due to broken trust. Loving unconditionally means being completely vulnerable and that means you can get hurt – but what is the alternative?

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Supporting Friends

Supporting Friends and Family through Divorce – What you need to know!

There is no question that for those who are trying to help their loved ones through divorce — your words matter a lot. That brings with it a huge responsibility and sometimes a burden you did not sign up for.

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Happy Mom and Daughter

Coping with Divorce

Divorce is not in itself Bad. Learn how to cope and embrace the lessons of divorce so that you can focus on less fighting, financial loss and preventing the children from suffering.

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Mother Gets Child Ready for School

Making the Grade: The Juggle Between Homes

Back to school is a busy time of year. Add the challenges of separated parents and the juggling of homes and calendars; consider these tips to help your children if you are divorced or recently separated.

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