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4 Ways to Not Beat Yourself Up Over Your Breakup

After a break up, the pain can lead to debilitating self-criticism. You need to stop beating yourself up in order to move on. Reconnect with who you are as an individual and set goals for yourself to achieve on your own. Don’t have unrealistic expectations, love can be complicated not straight forward. Take what you learned about yourself from your ex and put a positive spin on it, even if it means self-improvement. Also just remember, in the far future this relationship will likely not matter to you, focus on that.

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Controversial divorce bill in Oklahoma moves forward – AOL News

An online news website reports that an Oklahoma representative has filed a controversial divorce bill. The representative wants to require that if a person seeking a divorce proves his or her point, or she would be entitled to seventy five per cent of the couple’s assets. In addition, the bill would require that couples seeking a divorce must wait six months before finalization. The representative who wrote the bill is a conservative who wants to make divorce more difficult. Divorce attorneys and another representative spoke out against the bill.

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Lisa Marie Presley ordered to pay Michael Lockwood’s legal fees as divorce gets uglier – Los Angeles Times

An ugly story gets worse as Lisa Marie Presley has been ordered to pay her estranged husband’s attorney’s fees in their divorce proceeding. Michael Lockwood is also looking for $40,000 per month in spousal support which he could get if their post-nuptial agreement is found to be invalid. For the time being, Lisa Marie’s mother is caring for their two children. Lisa Marie has been married three times before and this will be her fourth divorce.

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On divorce/remarriage, Pope says keep justice and mercy together – Crux: Covering all things Catholic

This is good advice from the Pope, te head of the Catholic church. He talks about divorce and about remarriage after it. He talks about keeping mercy and justice at the forefront when dealing with any relationship. These are important virtues. They can make relationships work out better. Without them a new marriage can fail whether or not it came after a divorce. It is nice to see him giving advice and not just condemning divorce right off.

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Kentucky House bill would make couples wait longer for divorce – WDRB 41 Louisville News – WDRB

Good grammar is extremely important if you are writing professionally, even if it’s just on a job application or a resume. Poor grammar can make you seem uneducated and no one wants to hire someone if that’s how they think of them. Having your grammar reviewed can help you be more successful with your writing so it’s a good idea to look into it. A reviewer can catch mistakes and can help you correct them.

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Christina El Moussa on Going Solo and Looking to the Future: I Can ‘Create My Own Destiny’ – PEOPLE.com

An online version of a major news weekly magazine has a feature about the star of a very successful home improvement network television show. She and her husband are stars of a reality show about buying, fixing, and selling homes. The couple, who have two children, recently announced plans for divorce, but will continue to work together on the show. The star refused to comment negatively on the divorce. She says she is upbeat about her future life.

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7 Secrets For A Child-Centered Divorce – Huffington Post

When there are kids involved in a marriage gone south, they are directly impacted by the event, despite many parents not realizing this fact. If you want to keep the children safe and happy when big changes like a divorce are ahead in the future, it is imperative that the seven secrets below be used to make sure that this is exactly what happens. What are the secrets to a divorce that doesn’t hurt the kids?

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5 Things Couples Going Through Divorce Must Never Do In Front Of Their Kids – Elite Daily

Divorce is so awful for adults, but it can be even more awful for children to endure. Thankfully, there are things that separating couples can do to minimise any harm or unpleasantness for their children. First, don’t talk badly about the other parent around the children. Second, don’t tell children not to talk to their other parent. Make sure you understand every legal detail. Finally, try to center yourself and not let the divorce spin your emotions out of control.

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What Every Person Who Loves A Child Of Divorce Should Know

An online news website has a piece by a woman whose parents were divorced. She writes about what the typical personality traits of a child of divorce are. They tend to be concerned about commitment levels, and want to communicate more on where they stand in a relationship. They get more concerned when fights occur, but they also know that a divorce is not the worst thing in the world. They may tend to be more capable of coping with change.

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Handling real estate during a divorce – Orlando Sentinel

Divorce is a difficult experience, and disagreements on how a couple deals with their real estate can make it even more difficult. That’s why it’s important to examine the available options. One is to sell the property and split the proceeds, while another is to have one spouse buy out the other’s share. In some cases couples choose not to sell until their children are grown and the parent with primary custody is done raising them. If the parties choose to continue living in the house while the divorce is taking place, then they should establish a set of ground rules to minimize conflict.

One of the reasons that couples should come up with a plan for their real estate is because if they can’t agree, a judge will have to decide how the property is disposed of, and the decision may not be liked by either party. Factors can include who payed for the property and who maintained it. In fact, it’s a good idea for couples to discuss what will happen in the event of a divorce before they marry in the first place.

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