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Death vs. Divorce – Why do we have so much divorce shame? Is Our Compassion Balanced?

Posted on August 25th, 2012

A question of compassion I stumbled across an interesting question recently when someone asked, “Why don’t people show the same compassion towards divorce as they do to death?” That question is on a very fine line between right or wrong; yet it is nonetheless a question that can present a variety of different views when […]

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Instant Gratification Part 2: What’s Best for Me?

Posted on August 13th, 2012

This article is a follow on from part 1. Read that here What is instant gratification? As human beings we tend to become fascinated by ourselves and our stories. We may allow ourselves to become too self-indulgent and it can be destructive. As long as we recognise the vision of where we want and need to be […]

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Instant Gratification vs. Long Term Strategy: What’s Best?

Posted on July 27th, 2012

Instant versus incremental Instant rewards and instant healing has a much nicer ring to it than the two combined words of long term. However, if waiting for a particular amount of time will help you further along in the long run, it stirs the question of whether waiting is more worthwhile. But how do you determine what works best […]

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No Fault Divorce – What This Means to Us

Posted on July 5th, 2012

What is no-fault divorce? The UK laws of divorce have not been reformed since their introduction in 1969. However, there was a move and introduction to no–fault divorce shortly after 1970. No-fault divorce is a divorce in which the dissolution of a marriage does not require a showing of wrong-doing by either party. Laws providing for no-fault […]

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War of the Roses – the acrimonious divorce

Posted on June 30th, 2012

The War of the Roses was a civil war in England. The thirty years of warfare were even more destructive to England than the Hundred Years War had been in the previous century. With the petty disputes that occur between partners during a divorce these days, it seems necessary to title this article such. One in […]

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“I’M NOT READY YET” The Price for Suffering

Posted on June 22nd, 2012

I’m not ready” A very common phrase we ALL use. A case of: Not being prepared for what one is about to do or experience; Not equipped or supplied with what is needed for some act or event, Not prepared for immediate movement or action. What can be debated is; whether being “Ready” is a […]

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Your divorce: Are you an Eeyore or a Tigger?

Posted on June 18th, 2012

I remember my first Pooh bear book when I was a kid. I loved it to death and pawed at the pages on a daily basis. I was so in love with the characters that when it came time to find ways to earn money for my school as a debutante, I even wrote and […]

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I just spent £5,689 on my therapist and I am STILL not over my divorce!!

Posted on June 9th, 2012

The NEVER-ENDING cost of therapy in healing from divorce I was skimming through the web reading up on people testimonials on “Therapy” and came across one particular case, where a 39-year-old professional woman is being treated for major depression. She has been with the same therapist/psychologist for 9 years and has made progress, healing from […]

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The REAL cost of divorce

Posted on May 26th, 2012

Divorce in many cases is becoming a fast route to poverty. Not only does divorce often bring a severe heartbreak that can take a vast time to heal.  Research shows that people are not healing from divorce. > The 2nd marriage divorce rate is 53% > 3rd marriage divorce rate is 72% and > 4th […]

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How to deal with family and friends whilst experiencing your divorce

Posted on May 16th, 2012

Learn all about… Normal feelings after the humiliation of divorce and what to expect from family and friends Talking over and over again to family and friends and the dangers of doing that The problems associated with intellectualisation The benefits of getting support elsewhere If you enjoyed this post, I’d be very grateful if you’d […]

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