Tag: divorce

Psychology Today: 5 Tips for Co-Parenting Through the Holidays, in a Pandemic

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Lisa Zeiderman authors the latest article for her “Legal Matters” blog in Psychology Today that reveals five tips for co-parents who are navigating the holidays in a pandemic. Read the full article below. 5 Tips for Co-Parenting Through the Holidays, in a Pandemic COVID-19 restrictions complicate an already complicated time. Psychology Today, Legal Matters Blog […]

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Psychology Today: Surprise Holiday Bills?

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Dealing with manic spending and divorcing a bipolar spouse With the holiday season now behind us, you may be facing credit card bills resulting from a spouse’s manic spending. As a matrimonial and family law attorney and a certified divorce financial analyst, I often meet with people who are concerned about protecting themselves financially from a spouse’s […]

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Psychology Today: The Holidays Are Almost Here

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Some radio stations are already playing holiday music. It’s another reminder that the “season” is coming: and while the holidays bring some people great joy, they might also stir emotions such as sadness, loneliness, and feelings of anxiety. If you have recently gone through, or are going through, a divorce, particularly if there are children involved, you […]

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Psychology Today: Dating After Divorce

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A large-scale study of more than 1,700 women from around the country who have and are going through the divorce journey was recently conducted by Worthy, an online auction marketplace. It revealed the following insights: 78% of the women surveyed said they have already started thinking about dating by the time the divorce papers are signed, and 65% are […]

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Psychology Today: Borderline Personality and Custody

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One of the greatest challenges that can face a married or divorcing couple occurs when one or both suffer from a mental health disorder. The issues that arise from the stress of marriage and child-rearing are complex for even the most emotionally stable couple. Adding a mental health challenge to the situation can make difficult issues astronomically harder. It […]

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