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Save Money like Wealthy People

Save Money like Wealthy People

There’s no one among us who does not like to have more money. If you sometimes wonder about how the rich and successful have so much of it though, you need to read on. We have compiled a list of hacks that you can apply in your daily life to save money the way wealthy […]

19th April 2015 | By More
A new perspective on wealth

A new perspective on wealth

Has your divorce left you homeless, in debt and feeling stressed, anxious or powerless? Do you want a new perspective on generating wealth and have financial peace of mind? Linda’s Abundance by Design offers an online training course, designed to help you take back your power around money. In this course you will learn: Financial planning […]

19th April 2015 | By More
Trauma Release Exercise

Trauma Release Exercise

Not One for Counselling? Do TRE! Divorce increases the normal stress of everyday life and the body tends to contract muscles as a coping mechanism, which manifest in aches, pains and even illness. Practicing Trauma Release Exercises (TRE) can prevent these chronic conditions and relieve the acute discomfort caused by trauma. This revolutionary body-centered method […]

19th April 2015 | By More
Hope after Divorce

Hope after Divorce

The emotional tidal wave of divorce leaves people with a wide range of emotions, including sadness, surprise, anger, anxiety, fear and feeling lost. Perhaps the most common emotion is a hopeless feeling. People ask the question: Is there hope after divorce? Is there hope for my life in the future? The question is an honest, […]

19th April 2015 | By More
5 Daily Rituals to Keep You Balanced

5 Daily Rituals to Keep You Balanced

Today, in our too-fast, information-overloaded society, we’ve lost much of our connection to the earth, to spirit, to nature’s cycles, to our own cycles. And yet, we still need things to feed us, to ground us, to give us courage and connection. Good rituals are essential to our emotional, psychological, and spiritual health. To help […]

19th April 2015 | By More
Compassion in Divorce

Compassion in Divorce

Divorce is ranked the second most stressful life experience, after the death of a spouse. While some marriages end amicably, many end with partners feeling angry, resentful or overwhelmed with emotional pain. If we listen compassionately to our spouses and have the ability to translate their loudness or aggression into the feelings and unmet needs that they have, […]

19th April 2015 | By More
Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation

Are you unknowingly alienating your child from his/her other parent? Definition: Parental Alienation occurs during divorce, when a child rejects one parent, due to unreasonable programming or brainwashing by the other parent. Parents are psychologically fragile when they separate and as their emotions escalate, they might become overly involved with, feel entitled to or feel the need […]

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Litigation versus Collaboration

Litigation versus Collaboration

Litigation will cost a lot of money, often hundreds of thousands of Rand. The litigated process demands that a set series of processes take place and it takes up a huge amount of time for attorneys to comply with the process and rules. Advocates are often appointed in addition to attorneys and whole days can […]

14th April 2015 | By More
Is Litigation Worth It?

Is Litigation Worth It?

What happens in reality is that the litigation process takes hold of both clients and carries them away like a raging river. They fall into it and almost lose control over what happens. The attorneys do the best they can, but the way they are trained is to simply force the next legal step on […]

14th April 2015 | By More
Courage

Courage

‘Healing requires taking action – it is not a passive event.’ ~ Caroline Myss A divorce can be traumatic for a family; and it can impact on the greater community. It seems to be a very real part of our modern society and no matter how often divorce happens, it is a death of sorts […]

13th April 2015 | By More