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Man Stressed over Holidays

Changing Relationships and Divorce During the Holidays

So, you’ve taken the plunge and started the divorce process. Or maybe you are bracing yourself for a divorce that has been initiated by your spouse already. Now, you have to negotiate the process of a parenting schedule for the biggest day of the year: Christmas Day.

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Separated Couple Living Together

Tips to survive living together while separated

If you are living together while separated, you are not alone. Many ex-spouses often continue to live together. If you’ve made the decision to split up as a couple, and are postponing the action of splitting up the marital home, consider these tips on living together while separated.

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Family Christmas Holidays

Maintaining peace during the holiday season

Coping with separation over Christmas? Learn some practical tips on how to get through the holiday season in a peaceful and positive way if you are on the verge of getting separated or divorced.

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Women home alone for Christmas

Is text messaging a bridge to better communication in divorce?

Text messaging can help divorced and separated parents better communicate without emotion. Find out how to use text messages to stick to the business at hand.

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Angry Man

Ex-spouse: Stop pushing my buttons!

Learn new techniques to stop your instant reactions and to divert the negative consequences of an ex-spouse in divorce pushing your buttons.

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High Conflict Divorce Mediation

High Conflict Divorces and Mediation

Just because you may be a high conflict divorce, does not mean you must turn to litigation and fighting it out with lawyers. There are better mediation alternatives like Fairway Divorce, that are focused on reducing time, money and stress, and to achieve resolution for those who are who are higher conflict.

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Boy Holding Paper Parents Divorcing

Should Children be Involved During Divorce?

Research is showing that it may be in the child’s best interest to be able to have a voice and share their own views to the Mediator. Having a voice, however, does not mean making the decisions.

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