Category Archives: Divorce Counseling

Considering Divorce: Things to Think About

Tweet If you’re considering divorce, I want to present several things to think about that may or may not be factors in your decision to do so. Divorce is not an easy decision, especially if you have a long marital … Continue reading

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The Three Paths After Divorce

Tweet Dealing with the actual end of a marriage is hard enough, but dealing with everything else that comes afterwards makes it feel like the divorce part is just the beginning. Getting through all of the post-trials of divorce, including … Continue reading

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7 Questions to Ask Yourself if You’re Ready for Divorce

Tweet Are you ready for divorce? Have you really considered it, or is it an emotional reaction to a troubling situation with your spouse/partner. Here are 7 questions to ask yourself if you’re considering divorce: Do you know why you … Continue reading

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Dealing with Divorce

Tweet Divorce can bring so many layers of difficulty and stress, and can leave partners in emotional, psychological and financial distress for years to come. According to the American Psychological Association’s website, “more than 20 percent of first marriages end … Continue reading

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