Dear Divorce Coach: Why is it important that I “unhook” from my former spouse and work to transform the way we relate to each other to take better care of myself and my children after my divorce?
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Dear Divorce Coach: I see friends who are divorced happily cooperating to take care of themselves and their kids, but my co-parent and I don’t do that. I don’t even know where to begin because no matter what I do or say, he responds negatively. Can you help?
Dear Divorce Coach: My ex and I are newly divorced and have decided to co-parent our two children, but they are an extremely difficult co-parent, always fighting me on everything. Do you have advice for how to move forward and better handle our fights so we can make co-parenting work?
Dear Divorce Coach: My ex and I have officially filed for divorce and I’m figuring out my finances. I had zero involvement in our finances during our marriage. Do you have any advice for tackling finances in the midst of a divorce?
Dear Divorce Coach: Do you have any advice for how to date after divorce? The whole dating scene is different and I am overwhelmed. I don’t even know how or where to get started.
Dear Divorce Coach: I’m thinking about divorce a lot. Since you are divorced, what perspective can you offer, professionally and personally, about it?