Beyond Sunk Costs: Lessons from an Investor’s Mindset for Healing After Divorce
In the realm of personal relationships, comparing a failed marriage to a failed startup can provide insightful parallels. We often find ourselves navigating investments—financial investments that shape our portfolios and emotional investments that shape our relationships. The concepts of sunk...
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Happy Valentine’s Day! (Divorce Edition)
Going through a divorce can be a challenging and emotional time, and facing Valentine's Day might add an extra layer of difficulty. Your first Valentine's Day after separation may create an existential crisis that you have to navigate. Do you...
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What is Walkaway Spouse Syndrome?
Divorce is a complex and emotional journey that individuals may embark on for various reasons. One phenomenon that adds a layer of complexity to the divorce process is "Walkaway Spouse Syndrome." In this blog post, we'll delve into what Walkaway...
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Unveiling the Silent Struggle: The Surprising Link Between Parent and Teen Mental Health
In the landscape of mental health discussions, the spotlight has long been focused on the challenges faced by teenagers. However, recent research led by family psychologist Richard Weissbourd at Harvard's Graduate School of Education has brought a compelling revelation to...
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12 Signs Your Spouse May be Having an Affair
Oklahoma is a no-fault state, and an affair may not carry the weight in a courtroom that many expect, but it's still incredibly relevant to your divorce if you suspect your spouse is having an affair. First it may motivate...
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Is Divorce Contagious?
Yes, maybe. The idea that divorce is contagious is based on social network studies that suggest people are influenced by the behaviors and attitudes of their friends and family members. Research has shown that if someone in your social network...
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Navigating Selfishness in Marriage: Warding Off Divorce
In the intricate tapestry of marriage, couples often encounter challenges that test the strength of their bond, even leading to divorce. One such hurdle is dealing with a selfish spouse. It’s important to remember that selfishness, although frustrating, is a...
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Divorce Trauma and PTSD…What to know.
Is it possible to suffer PTSD as a result of a divorce? Maybe. There’s no question we have represented clients who have suffered emotionally as a result of their divorce case, and some have gone on to receive a PTSD...
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10 Self-Care Principles for Navigating Divorce
Going through a divorce can be one of the most emotionally challenging and overwhelming experiences in life. During this time, it's crucial to prioritize self-care to nurture your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. By embracing these ten essential self-care principles,...
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Your Stress is Hurting Your Children
“Children begin by loving their parents; as they grow older they judge them; sometimes they forgive them.” – Oscar Wilde Divorce is often cited as one of the most stressful events an individual will ever experience. A parent experiencing a...
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