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1. Can In-Laws Cause a Divorce?
Relationships with in-laws can be difficult, but can they be the cause of a divorce?
2. When Your Ex-Spouse Remarries
How will you feel when you find out your ex-spouse is remarrying? You may think you know how you will feel, but your feelings may be different if or when it actually happens.
3. Fear of Being Alone
There are many changes that occur during a divorce whose effects continue to be felt after the divorce is granted. One is certainly the fear of being alone. Understanding this fear is key to overcoming it.
4. Dating During Separation
The decision often has legal and emotional implications. Legal experts and psychologists will mostly argue against it, but as long as you understand the risks, the decision should be yours.
5. Dreaming About Your Ex-Spouse
Sometimes you cannot control your dreams, however it is important to have positive thoughts before you go to bed
6. Fall Activities
Fall is a wonderful time of year. Enjoy football games, apple cider and thinking about the holidays. Have a positive attitude
7. Exercise Helps
Exercise is good for you. It helps your body and mind. If you find yourself playing mind games about your past or present situation, try exercise.
8. When Your Child Reminds You of Your Ex-Spouse
There are times when you child acts or does something that reminds you of your ex-spouse. At that moment you may feel anger or disappointment towards your child. It is important to not upset your child because he/she may sometimes behave like your ex-spouse.
9. How to Decide if You Should Get a Divorce
If you're contemplating divorce, you're most likely frustrated and saddened by the way your marriage has been going. There are many considerations involved in the decision to divorce. Here are some key issues to consider.
10. Divorced Parents Dealing with Teenagers
Teenagers are challenging. They are no longer children, but not yet adults. The hormones are often raging and the attitude is on steroids. How has your divorce impacted your teenage child?
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