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TABLE OF CONTENTS of BLOG

1.  Five Articles on How RESISTANCE TO CHANGE  Enables a Better Way to Recover from Divorce

Resistance to Change –  A Revolutionary, NEW APPROACH to Divorce Recovery: Out with the Old, In with the New (and Better). This blog post answers the question, “Is there a new, and better, way to recover from divorce than the traditional way- that actually works ?” Read More

Resistance to Change –  Divorce Recovery and Unhappiness: What’s Preventing You from Enjoying Your New Life after Divorce? This blog post answers the question, “What is the key to achieving happiness in your life after divorce?” Read More

Resistance to Change – Divorce Recovery and Disappointment: Why Don’t Support Groups, Therapy, or Time Work Very Well?  This blog post answers the question: “Why don’t the common methods for helping people recover from a divorce  (support groups, therapy, and passage of time) work very well?”  Read More

Resistance to Change – Divorce Recovery & Bad Decisions: Will the 4 Traps Set by Resistance to Change Ruin Your Future?  This article answers the question: “What are the real-world consequences of failing to eliminate your post-divorce resistance to change?”   Read More

Resistance to Change – Divorce Recovery Failure: Are You Being Seduced by the Status Quo?  This article answers the question, “What makes recovering from divorce so difficult?” Read More

 2.  Three Articles on EARLY DATING and the TRANSITION RELATIONSHIP

TRANSITION Relationships: Could A Last-Minute Wedding Cancellation Be a Godsend?  This blog post answers the question, “What is a Transition Relationship and how can it set the stage for making a smooth divorce recovery?” Motivating Question: “How can a transition relationship help me while I am in the midst of relationship hell?” Read More

Early Dating & TRANSITION Relationships: Shift HappensThis blog post answers the question, “What is the biggest threat to the success of early dating?”  Motivating Question: “Do I have confidence that my next long-term relationship will not fail?”   Read More

Early Dating, & TRANSITION Relationships: Isn’t This Another Name for an Affair? This blog post answers the question,  “What good is a transition relationship if it is just another word for an ‘affair?'”   Motivating Question: “Can  a transition relationship give me the courage to end my marriage?” Read More

3.  Five Articles on 5 STEPS TO A LONG-TERM, COMMITTED RELATIONSHIP

Step 1 – The TRANSITION Relationship.  This blog post answers the question, “What is the first step to take in finding my next long-term relationship after my divorce?”  Motivating Question:  “Can he/she help me release my attachments to my ex and my relationship with my ex?”  Read More

Step 2 – The RECREATIONAL Relationship.  This blog post answers the question, “If it feels so right, how on earth can it be wrong?” Motivating Question:  “Do I enjoy myself when I am with him/her? Do we have ‘chemistry?'”  Read More

Step 3 – The  PRE-COMMITTED Relationship. This blog post answers the question, “What is arguably more important than listening to your heart for determining the success of a long-term, committed relationship?” Motivating Question: “Will a life with this person give me what I require in a long-term relationship?” Read More

Step 4 – The  COMMITTED Relationship. This blog post answers the question, “Why is a committed relationship more complicated than it looks?” Motivating Question: “How can we as a couple make this work?”Read More

Step 5 – The  MARITAL Relationship. This blog post answers the question,  “Why do over 65% of re-marriages fail?”  Motivating Question: “How can WE help each other fulfill our personal dreams?” Read More

4.  Four PERSONAL RESOURCES That Provide the Strength Needed to Recover from Divorce

Personal Principles – How to Maintain Direction During the Chaos of Divorce Recovery. This blog post answers the question, “How can I stay focused on what is important for my divorce recovery in the midst of the chaos of exploding emotions?” Read More

5 Sources of  Hope – How to Find the Courage to Make a Smooth Divorce Recovery. This blog post answers the question, “Where do I find the courage to handle the uncertainty of making a recovery from divorce?”  Read More

Blessings in Disguise – Find the Confidence for Making a Smooth Divorce RecoveryThis blog post answers the question, “Where do I find the confidence needed to handle recovering from my divorce?”  Read More

Social Support – Everyone Needs a Change Buddy in Their Recovery from Divorce. This blog post answers the question, “What do I do if I can’t make this recovery from divorce alone?”  Read More

5.  Two Articles on LOSS, GRIEF, and FORGIVENESS

 Divorce Recovery and Forgiveness: Busting the Myth of the Traditional Understanding of Forgiveness. This article answers the question, “How can I forgive my ex after what I’ve been put through?”  Read More

Don’t Grieve It If You Didn’t Lose It.  This blog post answers the question, “Did I really lose everything I think I lost?”    Read More

6.  Seven Articles on the Divorce Recovery MINDSET

Mindset – Divorce Recovery “Mindset Choice” No. 1: What Do You Mean the “Hard Work is Just Beginning?”  This article answers the question, “Now that the divorce is final, what’s so wrong about sitting back and taking it easy?”  Read More

Mindset – Divorce Recovery “Mindset Choice” No. 2: Divorce Recovery – A Problem to Solve or a Person to Punish?  This article answers the question, “Why shouldn’t I exact revenge from my ex for all the pain inflicted on me in our divorce?”  Read More

Mindset – Divorce Recovery “Mindset Choice” No. 3: Would You Rather Be Right, or Would You Rather Be Happy?  This article answers the question, “Are you willing to let being happy be enough?”  Read More

Mindset – Divorce Recovery Mindset: The Case of the Kidnapped Son This article answers the question, “What does making the choice between ‘being right’ and ‘being happy’ look like in real life?” Read More

Mindset – Divorce Recovery Mindset Choice No. 4: Is Your Divorce A Past Life Event or a Current Way of Life?  This article answers the question, “Do you see your divorce as an event that happened to you in your past? Or, have memories of your divorce finagled their way into becoming more of a subtle way of life for you?”  Read More