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How to Make Divorce Easier for Your Kids


By Stacey Freeman   No matter how amicable it is, divorce is hard on children. If you are going through a divorce or have recently gone through one, you may think there is little you can do to alleviate your kids’ pain short of letting time heal their wounds. However, that doesn’t have to be […]

Overcoming Inheritor’s Guilt


By Marla Brill   Most media coverage of estates and inheritances of the famous focuses on the provisions of the will, the size of the estate, who was unexpectedly showered with riches, or who was conspicuously left out. The topic of how people handle the emotional aspects of an inheritance, however, is largely ignored.   […]

6 Things a Single Mom Must Do When She Re-enters The Workforce


By Laura Lifshitz   Going back to work after being a stay-at-home mom can be really tough, especially when you’re going back to work as a single mother. Getting that job in the first place can be hard enough. I can’t tell you how many interviews I have had in which the person interviewing me […]

How to Eat Healthy When You’re Broke AF!


By Desirae Harper   I have struggled with my weight since I was in the 5th grade. I was a very skinny child in elementary school but I learned the false comforts of emotional eating very early on. I was raised by separated parents who didn’t always have the best relationship. I often felt like […]

Divorce Gave You Negotiation Skills. Use Them!


By Dena Landon   You get what you get and you don’t throw a fit. A useful phrase when dealing with recalcitrant toddlers, perhaps, but too many women don’t outgrow it. We’re raised to be nice, to not make waves. “Demanding,” “difficult,” or the dreaded “b” word are some of the worst terms that can […]