Look, I'm sure there are people out there who have drama-free divorces, who settle things amicably, and no one's at fault and you wish each other well.
The good news is that, celebrity or not, you can now understand the way love works; and, what you understand, you can shape.
We are hearing a lot about a new term related to the separation of Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin: conscious uncoupling. While some may dismiss this new terminology as woo woo, divorce is a reality and worth discussing.
What Paltrow and Martin are going through resonates with millions of American parents, who are contemplating divorce: Is it better to stay or go?
Whether you are just beginning to toy with the idea of serving your spouse divorce papers or you are already deep in the throes of the litigation proc...
What could feel more forbidden yet familiar, naughty and naïve, than getting back together with an ex for a potentially delicious night of sexual escapades?
Instead of letting your family's breakup steal away the holiday season, create new traditions of comfort and joy.
Who cares if it's different? You can mourn the loss of what was, or you can choose to celebrate with what you have. It is possible to create new holiday traditions and have fun even though you aren't together as a family anymore.
Mary Amons came into my life a number of years ago, through common acquaintances. Pre Real Housewives of D.C. Slowly but surely, we first became friendly, then friends, and we are on our way to top even that.
Behind her colorful and bubbly pop personality, Katy Perry has had her share of relationship darkness and pain. She recently opened up about the devastating early days after her separation from outrageous comedian Russell Brand.
Get through your divorce as best you can. Let the lawyers do the discussing because they aren't emotionally involved and can resolve your situation more quickly if you remain calm and focused on other things (like healing, your kids, and your new future).
While some couples are able to pick-up and move forward after infidelity. Other marriages however, are not able to withstand unfaithful behavior and unfortunately, divorce is the only option.
We both had fairy tale weddings. Hers took place at a sprawling estate in California, and mine at the Unitarian Church across the street from Krogers on Brownsboro Road in Louisville, Kentucky. She had a guest list of 400, I had a guest list of 15 -- including the photographer.
While most people believe a finalized divorce means no more negotiations, there will always be unforeseen circumstances that arise after the divorce. As children develop, new issues need to be dealt with.
If you head home after work, drive down your street and hope that your spouse's car is not in the driveway, then you should think about wrapping up the marriage.
When you are going through a divorce, you probably could never think of being friends with your ex. If you have children together, you need to both think about what's best for them.