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How to Co-Parent During COVID-19

COVID-19 has presented new challenges for parents trying to navigate co-parenting and a blended family. Here are four tips for surviving this new normal:  Communicate Often  Whether it’s during a pandemic or not, making sure that everyone is on the same page is crucial. Throughout this time, especially, it’s important to over-communicate with your ex-spouse

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Surviving the Holidays After Divorce

Divorce can be a mess, but no one ever talks about the aftermath. What does moving forward actually look like? Here are 5 ways for newly divorced individuals to approach the holiday season in the most productive and healthy manner: 1. Find an outlet. It’s important to find a healthy outlet to process the feelings

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Stonewalling 101: What Is It and How Do We Deal With It? 

Stonewalling is one of the most common sources of disconnection in marriages. It interferes with a major pillar of relationships: communication. Stonewalling occurs when one partner refuses to engage in an interaction, shutting down or closing themselves off completely from a conversation. In order to keep these lines of communication open in the relationship, a

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Five Tips for Solo Cooking, Post-Divorce

Five Tips for Solo-Cooking, Post-Divorce  Just about everything from your lifestyle to your living situation changes after the ink dries on your divorce papers. But, one, seemingly overlooked aspect of life post-divorce is the cooking situation.  Whether you cooked every day or had a meal waiting for you on the table, cooking for yourself can be

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