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The benefit of A Divorce Workshop.

Often people tell me how alone and isolated they feel in their separation and divorce. Statistically we all know how common divorce is, but that knowledge does nothing to alleviate the feeling of being alone.  The other predominant issue is how overwhelming feelings...

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Only heterosexuals can be adulterous?

There is a story in the Telegraph today http://bit.ly/12labQY that if gay marriage was legalised, there would be no divorce on the grounds of adultery.  Why?  Apparently, the legal definition of adultery is sex between men and women.  I don't think a person in a same...

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Christmas isn’t fun for everyone.

If you are separated or divorced, you know only too well, how difficult Christmas can be.  There is the idealized image portrayed by glossy magazines and TV adverts.  The image of happy families opening presents under the tree and sharing fun and laughter around a...

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Marriage – Unrealistic Expectations?

Sir Paul Coleridge was interviewed in the Daily Mail today saying that young people enter marriage with expectations that are unrealistic.  He cites Hallo magazine as setting up idyllic marriage scenarios which people buy into and then get disappointed that life is in...

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Doubting the Christian Grey effect on Divorce

A curious article appeared last week in The Mirror: http://bit.ly/SVGdyk which said that a woman was divorcing her husband because he refused her demands for raunchy sex.  The article went on to say that more women are divorcing their men because of the Christian Grey...

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Do Women Work harder when they anticipate divorce?

There is an article published today http://bit.ly/TZqrmV about women who anticipate divorce, working longer hours. In this economic climate, divorce is an added stress on the household budget, even more so than normally.   Women who historically have not been the...

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Are women still struggling after divorce?

There is an article in the Telegraph http://bit.ly/YOJuSW  about women relying on joint savings on retirement.  This has an impact when people divorce after a very long marriage.   One of the most stressful things for women is going into the next phase of their lives...

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Divorce at the Co-Op

The Co-op have announced that they are now dealing with divorces on a sliding scale from £99.  Campaigners have been quick to step in and say that it will just encourage divorce and devalues marriage.  The divorce process itself is such a long and protracted one and...

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Are men more committed?

The Marriage Foundation has published some research today which has been written about in the Daily Mail.  They have quoted some statistics showing that divorce rates are going down and that fewer women than in the past apply for a divorce especially in the first...

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Our new Divorce Workshop

Our next divorce workshop is on Saturday November 3rd in Holborn Central London.  There is more information at www.divorcesupportgroup.co.uk/workshop.  Let us know if you would like to join it.

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Couple Sessions

If you and your partner are in crisis or in difficulties, I can offer you both a joint session and we can explore how to help you improve things between you or how to separate as comfortably as possible. 

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Co-Parenting arrangements for children

I thought I would share with you an article written by FLIP to help separated couples make contact arrangements for their children. It involves an App called Our Family Wizard. https://www.ourfamilywizard.com/  The article follows: For many separated parents, finding...

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