Do you wonder, more than occasionally, whether you should stay in your marriage or file for a divorce? Is it more than the unavoidable flash of “anything is better than this” anger that flares up when the house is a mess, the kids are out of control, and your job feels entirely unsatisfying?
It’s a rare divorce that doesn’t have some long-simmering anger and tension behind it. For most couples, arguments build up and soon enough, you’re one fight away from throwing up your hands and shouting, “I’ve had enough!” Recently, we asked divorced writers to share the one fight they consider the last straw in their marriages. See what they
Listen to my interview with divorce lawyer Tracey Coates to learn why my personal experience informs the professional work I do with you. I will provide support for you at any stage of divorce and help you improve your communication with your spouse for you and your kids.
Do you have a former spouse that continues to make your life miserable after divorce? Do you feel as though there is way too m uch interaction and she believes it’s too little? Did you get divorced so you didn’t have to deal with her and now it feels like all you do is hear from
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So, what worked, for me, that you might find useful in your transition from married to divorced? The tools that work for me may not be right for you but I do find common threads as I coach my clients. They include: