Entries by Julie Gannon

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Celebrating Mother’s Day After Divorce

Mother’s Day is around the corner, and many women are finding themselves facing their first Mother’s Day after a divorce. If this describes you, then you might be feeling unsure about how to celebrate Mother’s Day without a partner to take the lead in planning family outings or helping your children find Mother’s Day cards. Even […]

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How to Help Children Cope and Feel Loved During Divorce

No matter how old or young your children are, seeing their parents divorce is very painful and confusing. Many children silently blame themselves for their parents breaking up or struggle to understand why this is happening to them. It’s important that you understand how to help your children cope with the divorce, so that their pain doesn’t […]

Dealing With Money Before and After Divorce: 5 Essential Questions

No matter who you are or what your current life situation happens to be, going through a divorce is guaranteed to change your financial situation. Legal fees, moving costs, redistributed assets, childcare costs, and other financial considerations can all have a big impact on your sense of financial security. What’s more, if your partner was […]

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5 Hard Truths About Extra-Marital Affairs

While they don’t always mean the end of a marriage, affairs are almost always a sign that something, somewhere throughout the relationship, has gone wrong. We all know, deep down, that marital infidelity is not a simple matter. We also know that our emotions often get the best of us in these situations. Regardless, it is important […]