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It's funny: one of the biggest factors in keeping a loveless, abusive, or otherwise bad marriage going is entropy.  It's a state of stasis born from a fear of change or of being alone or even just from laziness, and it keeps people together for far longer than they should be.  But while entropy is a powerful force, momentum is just as powerful.  Momentum can carry you from unhappiness to separation to divorce, which can be a blessing, but it can also keep the fighting going for far longer than it should.  
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Tuesday, 12 November 2013 18:26
Money. It sounds like such a threatening word. And it is, most of the time. Anything that is used as a leveraging tool is bound to come with a sinister side. And there is never enough of it of course. How can something that makes life so much easier make life so hard at the same time? Money is the main thing couples argue over other than sex. How much, how it should be managed, and by whom. It has been known to destroy marriages, and lives. Maybe not the money itself, but they way it gets used, and misused. 
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Wednesday, 26 June 2013 16:10
This is a story about a bride who walked down the aisle thinking, “He’ll change or I’ll get used to it.”  It is a story about doing everything I could to make everyone happy at my own expense and having it blow up in my face. Sound familiar? 
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Tuesday, 25 June 2013 16:41
"Marriage makes you soft," I once told my female co-workers. This was a few years ago, during a very active hurricane season here in Florida.  My now ex-husband was spending time in rehab, so it was up to me to get the house ready for an…
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Wednesday, 19 June 2013 17:37
Here is one argument about what causes the pay gap between men and women. Men do what they have to do, even if the job is dirty, even if the work is hard, even if it means missing their son’s school play. Women choose cleaner jobs in a more pleasant environment, jobs that don’t require as much physical…
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Friday, 08 March 2013 13:34
"My Amazing New Friends!! I have never in my life had so much support and felt so much love as I do from my friends on this site!  I have talked to some AMAZING, CARING, and WONDERFUL people in the short time I've been a member.  At such a low-point in my life, with all the crazy emotions and …
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Monday, 04 April 2011 11:08
Since your divorce have your finances gone haywire? Are you wondering how to “Get What You Want — When The World Says No"™? If so, you can't afford to miss this webisode where Debbie chats with financial genius
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Friday, 24 September 2010 09:20
Do you find the idea of trying to reinvent yourself after your divorce overwhelming? Listen as Debbie learns from internet maven Dotsie Bregel about some valuable resources which aim to connect, encourage, and support the generation of "baby boomer women." Find…
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Thursday, 05 August 2010 09:00
Smart. Knowledgeable. A ‘no bullshit’ kind of woman. This is the kind of girlfriend / e-friend I think every divorcing woman needs to have in her corner during her divorce.I’m not saying it’s the only kind of friend we need. There are those whose shoulders&
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Friday, 21 May 2010 09:29
Is there a right way to approach a colleague whose marriage is falling part? What should you say or do? Listen in as Debbie chats with etiquette coach Maureen Wild, president and founder of High Road Solutions, about how to…
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Monday, 01 February 2010 02:00
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