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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

10 Strategies to Release the Anger From Financial Betrayal

Taking the Long View

Yesterday was a big day for me. After two decades of carrying the burden, I finally paid off the last of my student loans. I have to say, I was a little disappointed in Discover’s response to the zero balance. I wasn’t expecting anything too major, maybe just some balloons dropping down from the ceiling,Continue reading “Taking the Long View”

The Pathology Behind the Lie

I don’t get spooked easily. But I’m spooked right now. Not because of anything imminent. But because I’m really starting to understand what kind of danger I may have been in. When the police first told me how lucky I was to make it out of my first marriage alive, I brushed off their concern.Continue reading “The Pathology Behind the Lie”

Guest Post – Lifestyle Analysis in Divorce Proceedings: Uncovering Hidden Assets

I felt like I was blindsided twice in my divorce – first by my husband and then again by the courts. The court system is overwhelming, the process is scary and the outcomes are potentially life-altering.  This information and advice from an attorney who has been there, done that may help you go into yourContinue reading “Guest Post – Lifestyle Analysis in Divorce Proceedings: Uncovering Hidden Assets”

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