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General

The Divorce Party

I enjoy reading anything by Laura Dave; I find that her characters embody a perfect blend of endearment and fault that really make them human. Dave does not disappoint...
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Divorce

In Defense of Courtship

“A froggy went a-courtin’ he did ride. . .” ~ From a 16th-century English folk song Courtship. It’s such an old-fashioned word that some might find its use today...
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Anger

How to Heal from Infidelity

Consider this surprising statistic: At least one or both parties in 50 percent of all couples, married and living together, straight and gay, will break their vows of sexual...
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Anger

Surviving Your Breakup

As a society, we place great emphasis on finding “the one.” We pressure ourselves to find the perfect lifemate for ourselves. Often, this process can be nerve-racking in itself....
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Career

Young Families Face New Problems

Ed and Carol were seeking help for a number of common complaints: poor communication, feeling distant from each other, disagreements on how to handle their four-year-old’s difficult behavior. In...
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Caregivers

Daddies Do Make A Difference

“Congratulations on your wife’s pregnancy,” I said to an acquaintance I ran into in the parking lot at the grocery store. “Oh, we’re getting a divorce. The baby is...
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