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Getting the Most from Your Relationship with Your Divorce Therapist

Many couples pursue marriage counseling, but the need for emotional release doesn't end after you decide to end your relationship. Divorce therapy could help you communicate more effectively with your soon-to-be ex-spouse, thereby ensuring an amicable, expedient separation. Ready to … Continue reading

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Your Teen’s Reaction to Your Divorce: Typical or Not? How Do You Get Help?

You recently announced your divorce to your children, and now, your teen is irate. There's nothing unusual about anger during and immediately following divorce, but pre-existing mental health issues or other factors may cause the problem to spiral out of … Continue reading

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How Do Men and Women Reflect on Their Divorce Experience, According to This Survey?

A variety of factors can impact response to divorce, but according to one survey, gender may be the most influential. Read on to learn how men and women respond to and reflect on the divorce experience and its aftermath. Read … Continue reading

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Your Uncontested Divorce Still Needs Legal Assistance

January is notoriously known for being the month in which more divorces happen than any other time of the year. Whether it’s all the stress from the holiday season or wanting to begin the new year with a fresh start, … Continue reading

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Illinois Divorce: High Conflict PD Cases and Divorce

I came across this podcast that features Megan Hunter, and offers some useful information about Personality Disorders and Divorce.  A significant of my practice involves divorces and child custody issues that feature traits of personality disorders that affect the custody … Continue reading

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