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Why Do Parents Divorce?

Posted on April 19th, 2021 causes of divorce statistics, common reasons people, communication problems increase, couples seek divorce, many marriages end, reasons people give to divorce, reasons to file for divorce, relationship enhancement program, sex marital therapy, top reasons for divorce, why did we get divorced

Divorce is never easy. In fact, it’s a traumatic event that can have a lasting impact on everyone in the family for many years. It’s hard enough going through a divorce when the only thing you have to think about is the two of you, but when children come into the equation, it becomes a […]

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Divorce Advice for Men

Posted on March 26th, 2021 Divorce advice for men - Naked Divorce

Most of the divorce tips out there for men are about protecting wealth and assets, how to approach custody battles and so on. While some of this advice can be right (and practical) there seems to be less of an emphasis of helping men with the emotional rollercoaster that they will experience during a divorce. […]

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The Most Common Reasons for Divorce

Posted on January 13th, 2021

Going through a divorce is a traumatic experience and one that many people struggle to get over for years. Often the lingering effects of the previous marriage permeate into new relationships and inhibit people from moving on. Healing from any traumatic experience takes courage, hard work, and dedication. Healing from divorce trauma is no different—you […]

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The Top Reasons People Get Divorced

Posted on October 5th, 2020 divorce is hard

No one enters a marriage entertaining the fact that they are probably going to get divorced. Falling in love is beautiful, it is fun, and getting married is the cherry on top of the commitment cake. Unfortunately, many studies show that at least 40-50% of modern marriages end in divorce. It is scary to consider […]

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Can a spiritual mindset help your children through divorce?

Posted on September 21st, 2018 Mindset for Children going through Divorce

This article is courtesy of my good friend Louis Weinstock… A highly respected transpersonal child and family psychotherapist with 17 years experience who tackles some great points in this exclusive article he has kindly produced for you and for us… In my clinical work with divorced or divorcing families, there is one thing I’ve learned for […]

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The perfect relationship

Posted on September 26th, 2016 The perfect relationship

Brad, Angelina and the Death of the “Perfect” Relationship Ever been told “Oh my god, you guys are just SO GOOD together?” even as the doubts are starting to set in? Or had friends roll their eyes when you mention issues that are starting to bother you because hey, your relationship is great – what […]

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Later life divorce…

Posted on September 4th, 2016 Later life divorce…

Congratulations! You made it all the way through to retirement together. You survived all those early fights, the nappy duties, the teenager tantrums, the little jealousies and resentments, the financial strains, the never-ending couple conflicts, and now… Now you’ve decided enough is enough. You don’t want to grow old together, after all. You’re getting divorced. […]

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3 ways you’re dooming your relationship before it’s began

Posted on September 4th, 2016 Overcome divorce challenges

Have you been single since what seems like forever – and miserable about it? If so, you may be falling into one of these common self-defeating traps. 1) You raise the wrong bars way too high. I’m not suggesting you settle for something or someone that just isn’t right for you. I’ve talked before at […]

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Compromising Who You Are? Look Forward to that Midlife Crisis Divorce

Posted on July 13th, 2016 Midlife Crisis Divorce - image

Relationships are about compromise. Right? I mean, we hear that a hundred times a day. It’s drilled into us non-stop. If you want to make your marriage work (and avoid divorce), you have to be willing to compromise. But what does “compromise” actually mean? There’s a huge difference between accepting that you won’t always get […]

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Starting a Second Marriage? Don’t Assume You’ve Learned from Your Mistakes

Posted on June 17th, 2016

No doubt you already know these depressing statistics: nearly half of all marriages in the US and the UK end in divorce. What you might not realise is that this number doesn’t decrease as we get older and wiser and (theoretically) better at figuring out what we want in a life partner. In fact, it […]

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