Divorce Warrior

Divorce Warrior

Bio

Audrey Cade, the "Divorce Warrior," is the author of Divorce Matters: help for hurting hearts and why divorce is sometimes the best decision. She is a matriarch of a blended family of eight and is experienced in the areas of co-parenting, step parenting, parental alienation, and re-marriage. Her professional experience is as a case manager social worker, and she holds degrees in Early Childhood Education, Human Service & Management, and a Master's in Psychology. She enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, arts and crafts, and writing in her leisure time.

Divorce Warrior Articles

 It becomes a nasty mess because the people involved choose to let it become nastier than a divorce typically already is.

The Crazy Ex Competition: My Ex Is Crazier Than Your Ex!

What is it about this “crazy ex” phenomenon? Are that many people really plagued by vindictive trouble makers and stalkers who were once their partners and lovers? Is having a crazy ex some sort of status symbol like owning the new iPhone 7? Is it possible to divorce without also having a “crazy ex?"

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Perfect Family Envy: Letting Go & Learning To Love What You Have

I’ve been that single mom perusing my friend’s pages on social media as their catalog-like family portraits, holiday photos, and tales of family bliss fill my newsfeed. I, too, have experienced “perfect family envy.”

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It’s easy to paint the town red and have a great time when not paying one’s fair share.

Is A "Fun Time Parent" Taking All The Fun Out Of Your Parenting?

It's no surprise that parents who run a tighter ship get ticked off when everything they work so hard to instill in their children goes right out the window when they go to their other parent’s home, then they have to struggle to reintegrate into the structured environment when they return.

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As long as my ex and I shared a home, we were sure to fight.

Why I Considered Bird Nesting, But Decided Against It

When my ex and I decided to divorce, I was overcome with fear and sadness at the thought of living part time without my two children. Could it be possible for my soon-to-be ex and I to remain in the same home for the sake of parenting our kids even though we couldn’t stand the sight of one another?

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My experience with financial abuse has certainly made me wiser and more cautious with the management of my financial affairs.

What Every Woman Needs To Know About Financial Abuse And Neglect

My experience with financial abuse has certainly made me wiser and more cautious with the management of my financial affairs.

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No matter what your financial situation, a divorce is an unwanted expenditure of funds.

How Do I Get A Divorce If I Can't Afford It?

What should you do if caught in a bad situation that you’re desperate to be free from, but you can’t afford to divorce?

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Visitation exchanges need not be police matters or events that create patterns of family dysfunction in the children we love.

What Should A Custody Exchange Look Like? 10 Ways To More Peace

What should a custody exchange look like and how do co-parents manage to keep them peaceful and productive?

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