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    Getting back into the dating world after a divorce comes with more than a few surprises. One of the most common, not to mention hurtful issues is when your new partner’s kids don’t have a fondness for you. No need to fret. Below are some tips to try the next time you‘re around the kids. With a little understanding and new behavior, the problem might just go away as quickly as it came. Don’t take it personally. Kids’ not ...

  • 4 Triggers that Fuel a Loss of Control

    Not every person feels in control of his or her emotions 100 percent of the time. In fact, during times of transition, such as divorce, it’s common for people to experience periods of severe weakness that feel insurmountable. Just because a situation feels overwhelming, does not mean it has to be endured to a crushing degree. Instead, paying attention to four specific things that trigger emotional swings is all it takes to help lessen intense times. One: Environmental ...

  • Read Between the Lines

    Go ahead -admit it. There have been times when you knew someone was attracted to you, but then started second-guessing yourself. You wondered whether or not you were getting the signals straight, and if you should respond with interest. When you were chatting at the train station, were they really interested, or were they simply being friendly? Is that co-worker three cubicles over going to ask me for a date, or is that just my imagination? Nothing will ...

  • Considering Divorce? You Need an Exit Plan!

    If you‘re considering leaving your spouse, you need a solid exit plan. More than fifty percent of all marriages end in divorce. And if that isn’t bad enough, women are the hardest hit as a result. In fact, most women are in a worse place financially after it’s all said and done. With this said, you don’t have to become a statistic. You have the power to come out ahead if you have a good plan of action. Pre-divorce ...