Four Reasons Why Divorce is Not a Failure

No one gets married with the intent on someday getting divorced. But divorces do happen and it’s important not to think of your marriage as a failure. By coming to terms with the reasons behind a divorce and focusing on the positive experiences that came from the marriage, it can lead to acceptance and make…

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Disadvantages to Long-Term Separation

For some couples torn between thoughts of divorce and lingering hopes for reconciliation, a trial separation may seem like a logical first step. But what is becoming more and more common are situations where couples decide to just remain separated, even after they realize their marriage is beyond repair. Oftentimes, couples choose long-term separation rather…

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Income Inequality in Marriages

Money issues are often cited as one of the leading causes of divorce. Some experts say that income inequality among spouses, whether it’s the husband or wife who earns more, can cause tension within relationships and make these problems even worse. In my 20 years of practice, I concur with those findings – money issues…

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“Play Like A Girl”

The phrase so often referred to boys and girls who couldn’t run, kick or throw is no longer an insult. When the U.S. Women’s team won the World Cup this past month, they pushed the boundaries for women even further. How all of this attention will play out for future opportunities is as yet undetermined.

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Free Range Parenting

From “helicopter parents” to “tiger moms,” there seems to be a label for every style of parenting today. But none has received as much attention recently as the “free range” method of parenting that has sparked discussion and controversy.

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