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When Your Marriage Is On The Ropes? Going Back Isn’t An Option · Divorced Moms

[ad_1]There is no going back to who the two of you used to be if your marriage is on the ropes.   When you wake up feeling anxious and vacillating between the thoughts of, “I can make this work,” and “I don’t know if I can do this for one more day,” your marriage is on the ropes. When you move through your day feeling numb, lost and sad because you have no idea how you’ll ever fix all the problems or heal all the hurts, your marriage is on the ropes. When you go to bed at night feeling alone even though...

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You Maybe Shouldn’t Have Divorced And Don’t Even Know It…Yet · Divorced Moms

[ad_1]It could take up to 10 years for you to realize you should never have divorced.   For those who want a divorce or, feel that divorce is the only solution for their marital problems, time can be an enemy. Based on some statistics, as time goes by, you may begin to realize you maybe shouldn’t have divorced your spouse. There may be some initial gratification but how will you feel five or ten years down the road? Will you regret not putting more effort into solving marital problems? In Minnesota, 66% of divorced couples asked that question responded with, “yes.” On...

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Money Tips for Recent College Graduates

[ad_1] As a college graduate, your move into adulthood is off to a great start. But now you’re likely on your own (or will be soon) and managing your finances is more important now than it ever has been. We’re here to offer a few money tips so adulting seems less daunting.Create a Budget1. Track your income and spendingUsing a tool like Microsoft Excel is a great way to track your income and debt, but a pencil and paper does the job as well. The first step is to add up your monthly bills. Common monthly expenses for college graduates include:Rent Car...

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How To Kick-Start The Passion In a Sexless Marriage · Divorced Moms

[ad_1]  When conflict and sexual frustration have developed in a relationship, there has been a long history of unhappy feelings and bad behavior from both people that have created your sexless marriage. Your partner knows all about the negative energy you have both created. While she is feeling unhappy and emotionally exhausted, she also knows how she has come up short in how she has been treating you too. When a woman feels like this, it’s impossible for her to feel sexually attracted to you. But often us men don’t feel the same way. We tend to think that connecting sexually now would help...

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5 Common Co-Parenting Conflicts And How To Resolve Them · Divorced Moms

[ad_1]Be the kind of co-parent who helps your children flourish and grow!   As much as you love your children, at times it can be difficult to put their best interest before the pain or anger you feel over the divorce or, at your ex. How well your children adjust to your divorce will depend on how well you and your ex co-parent once the divorce is final and how little co-parenting conflicts you have to deal with. Married couples have a tendency to follow each other’s lead when it comes to parenting. When the marriage and the relationship with the other...

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New Graduates: Kitchen Gadgets Worth the Splurge [Video]

[ad_1] [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ixwVrG4L0Q?enablejsapi=1&autoplay=0&cc_load_policy=0&iv_load_policy=1&loop=0&modestbranding=0&rel=1&showinfo=1&theme=dark&color=red&autohide=2&controls=2&playsinline=1&&w=480&h=270]Welcome back to the collaboration between Mint and Brewing Happiness. I’m Haley, the girl behind Brewing Happiness – a blog about celebrating the small healthy choices we make in our lives, complete with recipes for everybody! I’m here to give you tips on living a healthy, happy life on a budget. It’s graduation season! You’re turning the tassel, throwing your hat, and venturing into a new phase of life. This phase often comes with new jobs, locations, and living situations. Often this is the first “real” adult home (or apartment) you will have. So it’s time to trade in...

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Maintaining Maturity During the Divorce Experience

[ad_1] Divorce is not something to be taken lightly. It takes a level of maturity to process the event that only someone with life experience can handle. This is why many who divorce in their 20s can sometimes struggle emotionally through this challenging time in their lives. They may not have experienced the same level of struggles throughout their young lives as someone who has lived longer, and thus have a harder time with them when they arise. In the cases that involve the divorce experience, it is a unique set of circumstances, because the maturity of one soon-to-be ex-spouse can affect...

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How To Survive Wedding Season When You’re Newly Divorced · Divorced Moms

[ad_1]    Many of us who’ve divorced recall that sticky limbo period when our split was so fresh that it wasn’t even public yet. We had told only our siblings or parents, and maybe our closest friends. We hadn’t yet been out in the world as a, gulp, separated person. Two weeks after my husband moved out, and I was still emerging from the shock, I was scheduled to be at my 25thcollege reunion and shortly afterward, not one, but two family weddings. As the dates approached, I had no idea how I was going to present myself to people I hadn’t...

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Understanding Compartmentalization and Divorce

[ad_1] When you marry someone, you are choosing to build a life with that person. You are choosing to participate in a married relationship with that person over the rest of the population. That becomes your spouse, just as you become theirs. In order to get to that decision, a relationship usually has to form and get to a place where there is less emotional (and financial) risk for both individuals. They usually have to love one another and get to the point where that love becomes unconditional. The journey of getting to that point, as well as the commitment that marriage...

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Why Did You Get Married? Your Answer Could Be Very Telling · Divorced Moms

[ad_1]We may not have chosen the ending, but we chose the beginning. We had our reasons. Taking a look at why we made the choice that we did is not always a comfortable process.   “Why did you get divorced?” When someone asks us this, it’s actually code for, “Tell me what’s wrong with you”.  We have a track record. Someone has taken us for a test drive. There are reviews. “Loved it! It was just what I wanted.” “The parts didn’t fit together. Sent it back for a refund.” “Doesn’t work the way I needed it to. Would not recommend.” “Not worth the price.” “Run while...

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