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According to Dr. Banschick, “a Malignant Divorce is instigated when one party simply wants to win at all costs.”

What Is A Malignant Divorce And How To Respond If It Happens To You

Dr. Mark Banschick has coined the phrase “Malignant Divorce” to better describe what happens during a high conflict divorce. Read...
Jolie Warren of DivorcedMoms    |   07.6.18   |   SHARE
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That’s the thing about recovery: if you stick with it, it introduces you to yourself.

Addiction Recovery Forced Me To Sober Up About My Relationships

When I decided to get sober, I simply wanted help to stop drowning myself; I certainly didn’t envision digging up my painful relationship history. Read...
Olivia Pennelle    |   07.3.18   |   SHARE
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Why Am I So Sad All The Time? 

There seems to be something about being a Millennial that is making me depressed. Our childhoods have left us particularly unprepared for the "real Read...
Annie Walton Doyle    |   07.2.18   |   SHARE
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How Tarot Cards Saved My Life

I start each day by drawing two cards for guidance, and then further consulting the deck. Last fall, tarot cards saved my life. Read...
Meg Hartley    |   06.26.18   |   SHARE
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What It Means To Be An Empath 

It’s suicidal to be an intuit or an empath. It’s twice as deadly to be both. I feel first and process second. It means you are a healer and a teacher Read...
Lydia A. Cyrus of Luna Luna Magazine    |   06.22.18   |   SHARE
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Life, Untidied: Why I Regret Decluttering​

I’m not arguing for hoarding. I dislike clutter. But paring possessions down to the bone can cut too deep for tender times. I regret decluttering. Read...
Kate Washington    |   06.22.18   |   SHARE
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How To Heal From PTSD Caused By Childhood Or Emotional Trauma, According To Science

Did you know that only about 11 percent of the people exposed to trauma develop PTSD? You can heal from emotional trauma. Read...
Dr. Patricia Coughlin of Your Tango    |   06.20.18   |   SHARE
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We’ve normalized divorce nastiness.

Why Is Our Default Response To Divorce Nastiness?

We’ve normalized divorce nastiness. Anger and conflict have become the default response to going through a divorce. It's not a good thing. Read...
Fallan Jacob of DivorcedMoms    |   06.15.18   |   SHARE
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