My Parents’ Divorce Made Me A Feminist

When her parent’s marriage ended, because she was fourteen years old, Anastasia Higginbotham developed a unique perspective on life and her future. After dealing with several issues, she immerged a feminist, especially watching her mother thrive after the end of her marriage. she has a good relationship with her parents now and has turned something horrible into a learning experience. She has grown as a person and a mother because of what she went through as a teen

Key Takeaways:

  • Children who live through their parents divorce never come away from it unchanged but they are resilient
  • Sometimes when a child’s parents get a divorce the child will act out no matter their age just a different action depending on their age.
  • Parents need to be mindful of the things they say and show their children at all times including through adulthood

“Don’t go underground with your real feelings of grief, anger or relief. Make room for the entire messy, conflicted experience.”

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‘Flip Or Flop’s’ Christina El Moussa Dishes About New Boyfriend And Working With Ex Tarek

Flip or Flip’s two main characters were married in real life and are now in the process of getting a divorce. Christina did an interview saying that she now has a new boyfriend and sometimes it is hard for her boyfriend because her ex is so successful. The 6 year couple started having problems after a gun misunderstanding and announced they were separating in December and then she filed for a divorce in January. The couple has two children they plan on both raising.

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Everything You Need To Know About Surviving Infidelity

When you’ve been cheated on, it feels as if you are alone in the world and there is an unbearable hurt that you feel. But, you are not alone, and this is more common than you might realize right now. This guide teaches you the things that are important to know about fidelity, like it is not your fault and that you are not alone, so that you can begin to heal and move forward after this hurtful event.

Key Takeaways:

  • Cheating isn’t always a sexual act and emotional affair can be just as bad or worse.
  • Cheating can be a result of bad DNA if the cheater has the thrill seeking gene
  • There is always a life after cheating once you learn to cope with it and manage the sadness.

“Cheating is a huge betrayal that can leave you feeling powerless and emotional.”

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Why Couples Get Tattoos For Each Other — And What Happens If They Break Up

Tattoos on couples are a popular phenomenon among young couples. Tattoo artists everywhere are trying to get couples to not get names tattooed but get something that is meaningful. With divorce rates so high and relationships easily ending getting a name tattooed on is at a higher risk of getting the tattoo removed. About fifty percent of the tattoo’s that are removed are because it was an ex. Examples of great tattoos are quotes and images.

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This Marital Behavior Is Not Only Annoying, It’s A Sign You Might Divorce

One of the leading causes in divorces today is a partners ability to ignore their significant other. The act of ignoring your partner can hurt them dearly and, over time, make them feel so unimportant that they no longer want to be in that relationship. There are many reasons why partners shut down in an argument and it’s up to both parties to understand and help each other when those signs start to show. Communication in relationships is key and when one party chooses to forego meaningful conversation for the art of silence they are, in essence, killing their own relationship.

Key Takeaways:

  • Discuss one thing at a time

    It’s a self-protection mechanism. Knowing this, the other partner needs to be conscious of not overwhelming the stonewaller with too much information.

  • Be aware of the physical reaction you have before you stonewall.

    “If you’re a stonewaller, you usually have an internal physiological reactions (increased heart-rate or rapid breathing, for instance)

  • Make a pact to not argue when you’re both exhausted.

    “Our busy schedules make us susceptible to higher levels of stress and anxiety ― and stonewalling. To avoid stonewalling, it’s imperative to be

“Surprisingly, the communication mistakes are more mundane than you’d think”

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What We Can Learn From Brad And Angelina About Reconciling After A Divorce Filing

Vikki Ziegler examines the ripped from the headlines public divorce of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Zeigler is the star of Bravo’s Untying the Knot, founder and CEO of Divorce Dating, and the author of The Pre-Marital Planner (to stay happily married) and it’s companion book The Pre-Marital Planner: Your Complete Legal Guide to a Perfect Marriage. In her books she discusses what it takes to make a marriage stable and lasting. With tips like learning to love yourself, and paying attention to red flags; your relationship could be rebuilt stronger than ever before.

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14 Questions to Ask About the Quality of Your Relationship

In 2014, Eli Finkel, a researcher with Northwestern University, came up with a number of questions to ask yourself about your relationships. The most basic is, what is a relationship? Another is, what tendencies do people bring to their relationshps? Also, how does context affect relationships? Culture is another consideration. What factors outside of your relationship, such as family, traditions, culture, and beliefs shape how you live and interact with your partner? By examining relationships, we can better understand and appreciate them.

Key Takeaways:

  • Eli Finkel of Northwestern University and his colleagues have proposed that
    just 14 basic principles underlie all relationship theories.
  • The work of Finkel and his colleagues is based on relationship science, which uses empirical methods to understand interpersonal relationships.
  • Finkel divides the 14 principles into 4 categories of questions about relationships.

“Those with an insecure attachment style will be either clingy or perhaps dismissive and those more securely attached will be able to relate in a more even-keeled manner with their partner.”

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If You’ve Been Cheated On, Here’s What You Need To Know

If you find out your partner is cheating on you, it can be devastating. Often your thoughts gravitate to what is your next step. These 12 articles can help you make the crucial decisions you need to make after you discover the infidelity. Everything you need to know including the science and reasoning from cheating to trusting again is included in these informative articles. Infidelity is a betrayal on many levels, but these articles can help you decide what to do.

Key Takeaways:

  • There is a “thrill-Seeking” gene that can lead to your partner being unfaithful.
  • Although it seems odd, many people who have been cheated on feel immediately lonely and have a sense of guilt.
  • 21 percent of married men and about 15 percent of women have cheated on their spouse.

“The most important thing to remember as you process the pain is that you don’t need to make any immediate decisions. As emotional as you may be now, knee-jerk reactions will likely only make the situation worse.”

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16 Important Reads For Anyone Trying To Get Over A Breakup

It is not easy to recover from a broken heart and it might seem that you will never get out of the slums that you are in. But, the truth is, there will be a better and brighter day. In the mean time, there’s some neat tips and tricks that you can use to help you improve the mood and get over the past, some of which are backed by scientific evidence and proven to work!

Key Takeaways:

  • When recouping after a romantic split, sad songs, according to scientists, can be helpful, because they evoke positive emotions, including tranquility.
  • To promote healing, ape resilient split survivors and refuse to obsess over every tiny detail of the split.
  • Keep sadness in check, creating a list of happy things, and setting a time limit on daily time you allot to wallowing in sad stuff.

“It’s inevitable: At some point after divorce, a well-meaning friend or family member will suggest that it’s time to “just move on” from the split.”

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Lady Gaga Hints At The Heartbreaking Reason She And Taylor Kinney Split

Famed musician Lady Gaga recently broke up with her now-ex fiance Taylor Kinney. She blames the breakup on her dedication to her career to some extent. It seems now that both people are moving on, exploring different romantic partners, but they still share a deep connection and love each other very much. The two met in 2011 during a Lady Gaga music video shoot and began dating shortly after. It was not until recently that they ended their five-year relationship.

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