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Basic rules for dating after divorce

If there is one constant for people facing divorce, it is that life goes on. Once the divorce decree is signed, your life has changed (even though some can argue that life changes long before this). Nevertheless, it is important to move on emotionally.

Helpful misconceptions about post divorce life

People who are considering divorce (or are in the process of splitting) may have strong notions about how they will feel or how they will get along after the decree is signed. Life has a funny way of throwing us curveballs, and what we expect does not always come to fruition. Which is another way of saying, we may think we will feel or think a certain way before we actually go through the divorce, but those feelings can change. 

Third time hopefully the charm for Halle Berry

After divorcing R&B singer Eric Benet in 2003, Halle Berry is probably best known for her confessional with Oprah Winfrey when she famously said, "I will never get married again!" She held true to her stance for nearly 10 years and through a relationship that produced a child (Nahla, with Canadian model Gabriel Aubry).

Dwyane Wade's ex drops financial conspiracy suit

The latest round of legal quibbling between Dwyane and Siohvaughn Wade has ended in a voluntary dismissal, according to the Chicago Tribune. The ex-wife of the Miami Heat guard had filed suit claiming that in 2008 (after Dwyane Wade filed for divorce) the parties agreed to place proceeds received from his endorsements into a mutually selected account. 

Breaking the news of a divorce to the children

One of the difficult things about parenthood is telling children about bad news. Whether it is the death of a loved one, explaining that you broke a promise or dissecting a major news story, we as parents always want to make sure our children are not harmed by disappointing news. 

How to deal with missed parenting time on the Fourth of July

Nothing signifies the Fourth of July like time with family. It is this midsummer holiday that families in Houston get together to enjoy barbeque, music, domino games and of course, fireworks. However, there are some parents who do not partake in these activities with their children. 

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