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I Never Thought This Would Be My Story

Jan 16, 2019

A few years ago, my marriage of over twenty years came to an end. Simply put, I never thought that would be my story. After many years of struggle, hurt and failed attempts to make things better, I found myself … Read More

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Considering Divorce Mediation?

Jan 09, 2018

5 Things Your Attorney Wants You to Know When Considering Divorce Mediation When you are considering divorce mediation, you are probably wondering what’s expected of you. How does it all happen? Is mediation right for me? As an attorney-mediator for … Read More

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Compromise – The Healthiest Path to a Good Relationship

Oct 23, 2017

Anyone in a relationship knows that compromise is essential for success. Compromise is a Mutual Decision But what exactly does that mean? Where do we draw the line with compromise? How do we define healthy compromise? According to the Merriam … Read More

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A Healthy Balance Sheet Leads to More Fun Between the Sheets for Couples

Sep 27, 2017

Do You and Your Spouse Argue, Agree or Abstain When It Comes to Finances? “Money management is like sex: Everyone does it, one way or another, but not many like to talk about it and some do it better than … Read More

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Joint Custody – healthy communications with your Ex

Oct 24, 2011

Peaceful, consistent, and purposeful communication with your ex is essential to the success of co-parenting—even though it may seem absolutely impossible. It all begins with your mindset. Think about communication with your ex as having the highest purpose: your child’s … Read More

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How to cope after the Breakup

Oct 03, 2011

Why do breakups hurt so much, even when the relationship is no longer good? A divorce or breakup is painful because it represents the loss, not just of the relationship, but also of shared dreams and commitments. Romantic relationships begin … Read More

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Surviving the Stress of Divorce

Oct 03, 2011

Divorce brings with it many negative emotions. Some of these emotions can cause stress that will interfere in our ability to function in our every day lives. The biggest favor you can do yourself is to learn how to relax, … Read More

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When Your Spouse goes Back to School

Sep 24, 2011

When one spouse goes back to school, the other feels like he or she is on the outside looking in. Someone they deeply love is (ideally) pursuing something they’re passionate about, devoting time, and energy into learning new skills or … Read More

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It’s All in the Attitude!

Jul 18, 2011

It’s all in the attitude, my grandmother used to tell me when I was younger.  I am now old enough to understand what she was saying to me. Your attitude dictates a lot of what you open yourself up to, … Read More

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A Kentucky Bluegrass Retirement Plan

Jul 18, 2011

One of the biggest mistakes that couples make is not making a financial plan to prepare for retirement.  Most believe that something will happen that will make it alright or that the future is still a long way off.  Don’t … Read More

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