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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
Cheating can unleash devastating consequeces on a couple and is oft-cited as the ultimate deal breaker, beating out both emotional unavailability and physical abuse. Yet over half of married couples decide to weather the damage together rather than split up. Unfortunately, the healing process doesn't happen …
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Saturday, 13 April 2013 12:34
Let’s be honest. Separation, divorce, any 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 his decision knocked me off my feet and into the void of relationship break-up. When a relationship…
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Wednesday, 20 February 2013 11:22
When I had my kids, I bought ipecac syrup to keep in the medicine cabinet on the off chance that one of them might swallow something potentially fatal. Twenty years later, the bottle's still there, its seal unbroken, my heart full of ...
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Tuesday, 19 February 2013 08:43
Okay all you brides and grooms getting married in the coming months. It's time for a change. And that change is to banish the words "Till Death Do Us Part" from your wedding vows. The words "Till Death Do Us Part" have defined how we look at marriage for generations. But in fact, they…
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Friday, 11 May 2012 12:22
A divorce between two partners is complicated enough; when mutual friends and in-laws are thrown into the mix, allegiances can be tested and bonds threatened. Loved ones who have come to think of you as part of a pair may suddenly feel forced to take sides.  They may even blame you — temporarily —&
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Saturday, 31 March 2012 07:59