Breaking Up With Addiction: Divorcing An Addict

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Having a spouse who is battling addiction or alcoholism can take a brutal toll on a marriage. Sometimes, the only way to end that fight is with divorce. Many people don’t realize their partner is an addict when they say their wedding vows. Other times, the addiction is something that

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Video: How Can A Divorce Coach Help In Your Divorce?

It’s common for couples going through marital troubles to enlist the help of a marriage counselor, and many people seek the help of a financial advisor to help get their economic situation in order. Hiring a certified professional for guidance is a smart way to make it through many life

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4 Ways Divorced Fathers Can Up Their ‘Dad Game’

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At DadsDivorce, we’re committed to providing divorced fathers the resources and support they need to navigate life as a divorced dad. Even though gender stereotypes in the family court system have a way of making fathers feel like secondary parents, we strongly believe that although you are a divorced dad,

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Should I Stay Or Should I Go? Reconciling During Divorce

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Every marriage and divorce is different. Sometimes, an act of infidelity can lead to a prompt and bitter breakup. Other times, couples just gradually drift apart and eventually realize they’re better off separated. Many couples waver back and forth when thinking about divorce and consider a number of different factors.

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Can I Take My Child To A Therapist Without Input From My Ex?

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Question: My daughter is going through a lot of problems and I think she needs therapy. Unfortunately, her mother is protesting and has threatened to get attorneys involved. Our daughter only sees a therapist when he is in my care as to not conflict with her mother’s parenting time. Is it legal to have her see a

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5 Tips To Stay Healthy During Divorce

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For whatever reason, there is still a stigma surrounding men’s mental health. Even though only about 2 out of 100 men seek outpatient help for depression, suicide rates for middle-aged men have been skyrocketing since 2008. When a man experiences a divorce, those health risks become even more pronounced.

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