Fulton County Divorce Lawyer Bloghttp://www.fultoncountydivorcelawblog.com/
Popular topics on this blog include divorce settlement agreements, alimony, and child custody disputes, amongst others. The blog is published by the Siemon Law Firm, which promises to do their best not to add any anxiety to the already stressful process of divorce.
Houston Divorce and Family Law Bloghttp://www.k-hpc.com/blog/
Strategically located in Houston, Texas, Kerr, Hendershot & Cannon, P.C.--the publisher of this blog--serves clients throughout Texas, across the nation and internationally. Their Texas lawyers handle a wide variety of family law matters, including divorce, annulment, paternity, child custody, child support and custody modifications, adoption, spousal support, and alimony.
Claudia Broome, this blog's creator, is a certified divorce coach eager to help divorcees take control of their lives. She has created a special "Woman's Guide to Divorce" and many other strategies for forging a new and successful path after divorce.
Collaborative Divorce Newsbloghttp://www.collaborativedivorcenews.com/
The purpose of this blog is to help people make respectful, civilized, value-based transitions from couple to single. The blogger is a collaborative family lawyer, trainer, speaker, writer, and consultant to collaborative divorce professionals and practice groups worldwide.
The Smarter Divorcehttp://thesmarterdivorce.wordpress.com/
The Smarter Divorce blog is a blog about employing collaborative dispute resolutions throughout and even after one's divorce. Collaborative Dispute Resolutions--the group behind the blog--is a group of independent professionals who are dedicated to the promotion and practice of respectful conflict resolution.
Collaborative Divorce Coachinghttp://collabdivorcecoaching.com/blog/
Micki McWade presents information and helpful tips for collaborative divorce coaches and those training to be collaborative divorce coaches. The material on this blog will be most helpful for professionals as opposed to individuals going through a divorce.
So you tried your hardest, but this relationship just wasn't meant to be. Sometimes it happens. Get back on your feet and find the short cut to breakup recovery with the help of Eddie Corbano, a relationship coach who has also been through a devastating breakup situation.
A friendly, personal, and fun site for college students. Tons of college advice and tips on all things college, and the relationship section can guide you through the rough spots in a long distance relationship.
Marriage Counselor Bloghttp://marriagecounselorblog.com/
Whether you are feeling lonely in marriage, looking to learn how to manage marital conflict, or wondering about the best way to work with children who have become sad and distant during your divorce, Marriage Counselor Blog has your answers. This blog, written by a practicing marriage counselor, is insightful and often positive in its suggestions and outlook.
Specializing in communication and conflict resolution skills for families with problematic teens, individuals Lorraine blogs about listening and forgiveness for everyone, teen psychology, and the role of families and raising their teens among other things. Her blog is a fantastic example of how well spoken mediators and conflict management coaches can be about their work and beliefs.
Am I being paranoidhttp://am I being paranoid
I have been in a relationship with a woman for 2 years now. Our relationship started out great. We were both very affectionate to each other and love to find ways of telling each other how much we loved to be with the other. Now, recently within the last two months she has become less affectionate towards me and it seems that I am always initiating the affection and, when I do, she doesn't seem to be into it as much as she use to. We did just have a baby a month ago so I know that may affect her in some ways, but I was wondering when I should start worrying that she is becoming uninterested in our relationship or accept the way things are now and live with it. I must admit that I have been divorded for 4 years now and, due to the infidelity of my ex, I am still dealing with a few insecurities. We still say I love you to each other, but again, I seem to always initiate the words. Am I being paranoid, or is this normal for a relationship of 2 years to focus on other matters and put affections 2nd?
Relationships 4 Love - What Mom and Dad Did Not Teach Youhttp://relationships4love.blogspot.com
This is a Relationship Blog. It talks about various issues during dating, being in a relationship, and marriage. Although it mainly focuses on women and encourages female feedback, some topics geared toward men. This blog will talk about any and everything, when it come to relationships - no holding back... including those subjects mom and dad did not want to touch.
I Want Closurehttp://www.iwantclosure.com
This blog is a Relationship Guide for Women dedicated to changing the dynamics of dysfunctional relationships! Millions of people, both men and women alike, hang onto broken relationships and relationship expectations, putting their lives on HOLD in the HOPE the relationship will get better! This site is not about ending relationships that need to be put out to pasture but ENDING THE FALSE HOPE THAT THINGS WILL CHANGE VIA MIRACLE!! It’s time to stop playing games and put and end to relationship sabotage so you get the relationship you want and deserve or give you the tools to close the door for good!
Dangers of Internet Datinghttp://dangersofinternetdating.blogspot.com
The Online Dating world is full of scammers and con artists who want to take away your hard earned money. Before falling victim to them be informed about internet dating dangers with real stories and experiences of those who have been conned and scammed. We need to get this information out there so people don't fall victim to the scammers and lose their life savings.