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Dr.Barbara Rothberg, DSW, LCSW is someone who inspires trust, which is important when you are feeling vulnerable while going through relationship issues and divorce. Barbara’s practice is located in New York City. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), American Family Therapy Academy (AFTA), New York Association of Collaborative Professionals (NYACP), LGBTQ Collaborative Professionals of NYC, Family and Divorce Mediation Council of NYC (FDMC) and the New York State Society of Clinical Social Workers (NYSSCSW). 
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Thursday, 31 October 2013 17:32
Getting back into the dating scene after going through a divorce can feel like jumping into an ocean full of sharks. Jump! Yes, there are sharks, but the risk is worth it.Tracey Steinberg is the Dateologist®. She is one part dating lifeguard and one part coach. Tracey helps women get over their fear of dating. If you have just come out of a failing marriage, chances are you have not been at your best. Divorce can affect your self-esteem and a lot of us lose hope and stop dreaming about a better life.  
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Wednesday, 04 September 2013 14:50
How do you heal a broken heart? Who do you turn to when sorrow and anger become overwhelming? We all struggle with those emotions while going through a divorce. This is especially true of children. While you are mourning the loss of your relationship, your children are in the middle of an emotional...
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Tuesday, 27 August 2013 15:10
Christine Clifford is the CEO and co-founder of Divorcing Divas. The best selling author of eight books created the organization to help women going through this difficult time. Twice divorced, Christine has the understanding of someone who has been there and learned from her experience. She is a powerhouse. The author and public speaker is also an entrepreneur and sales and marketing whiz.We call people who rise above personal challenges “survivors”. Christine is more than that; she’s someone who makes a difference.  Right now, Christine is going through treatment for breast cancer. She has already beaten that disease once. 
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Thursday, 15 August 2013 15:14
Divorce is a kind of death. At least that’s how many of us see it. It is a time to mourn the loss of love, family and our hopes and dreams. Psychiatrists Thomas Holmes and Richard Rahe developed a system to calculate the effect of stress on our health, in 1966. The scale uses “life change units” to measure the impact of major life events. According to the Holmes-Rahe Stress Inventory Scale, divorce comes in at number two, with 73 units. The death of a spouse is 100 units. By the way, marriage rates a 50 on the list of stressful life events.
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Wednesday, 31 July 2013 17:41
We live much of our lives online, so it should be no surprise that the innovators at Wevorce have come up with a way to encourage an amicable approach to divorce with the assistance of technology.Michelle Crosby is the founder and CEO of Wevorce. She understands the trauma that divorce can cause to a family. It is her empathy and the human connection that drives the technology. 
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Wednesday, 03 July 2013 15:03
All the success in the world won’t help you cope with the breakup of a marriage. Cindy was married for 18 years and had three wonderful children when her world imploded after discovering her husband’s infidelity.  Cynthia (Cindy) L. Copeland is a best-selling, award-winning author/illustrator with over 25 adult and children’s books to her credit. She has sold over three-quarters of a million books in seven languages. Cindy’s books have been recommended by Oprah, Regis Philbin, Ann Landers, and the hosts of Good Morning America.
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Thursday, 27 June 2013 17:21
"You will be happy again," my friends said when — at 40-something — I was suddenly alone. I had my doubts. My then-husband had announced one New Year's Day he wanted a divorce, and I went into a tailspin. The future looked bleak. Now the good news: I remarried within two…
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Tuesday, 11 June 2013 15:51
Let’s be honest; with any separation, divorce, or break-up — the initial period sucks.  Recently, a man I loved decided to end our relationship. To our credit, it ended with love and respect, but…
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Saturday, 11 May 2013 15:30
When you and your ex split, you never intended to divorce your friends. Now you're flying solo in every sense of the word — no party invitations; the phone barely rings. Where is everyone? No doubt you have discovered one of the toughest aftershocks of divorce: Suddenly single brings a change in …
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Tuesday, 16 April 2013 12:08