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Life after Divorce

Life after a divorce or a split can be challenging, overwhelming, and frustrating. Letting go of a loved one can never be easy. Yet, many couples realize that it’s better to split than settle in an unhappy relationship. While there are many different reasons for parting with your significant other, the question everyone faces after separation remains the same. What happens next?

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Co-parenting

Co-parenting can be quite tough but if we are able to find a balance, it will make the process a whole lot simpler. Tell us about your co-parenting experiences.

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Healing a broken heart

Have you and your true love split? It’s time to learn how to mend a broken heart through self-love and compassion for yourself. Regardless of why you and your love have ended your journey, it hurts. We all experience a similar set of rollercoaster emotions after a split. It’s tempting to let these feelings take over as you drown yourself in sadness and grief. What are some ideas you used to help you get through this emotional time?

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Blended step-families

Wondering how to divorce a blended family? What are some practical steps to make the transition easier for your kids?

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Splitting up household goods

Dividing your household goods after divorce can create conflicts. Learn how to make decisions amiably with these practical tips for separation. Share your tips for separation that can help make decision-making easier.

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