67 Questions about Divorce

22nd July 2019 | By More


“Generally speaking, there are two kinds of learning: experience, which is gained from your own mistakes, and wisdom, which is learned from the mistakes of others.” – John Maxwell


On Mandela day (18 July), I set out to answer 67 questions about divorce, as my goodwill contribution. It took several days of diligent dedication to work through all of them, but the result is so profound and inspiring, that I’ve decided to put them all into an eBook for easy reference and research. They have been numbered, categorised and I’ve also added a lot more reading material and resources with great practical advice and inspiration. There is even an index at the back with a direct link to the page on which your question is, with my response and suggested further reading. You can easily navigate through this user friendly book with the direct links at the bottom right corner of every page.

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I would also love to get your valuable feedback on the wealth of information that this eBook offers.


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Category: Acceptance, Anxiety, Blended Families, Children, Co-Parenting, Collaborative Divorce, Compassion, Conflict Resolution, Costs of Divorce, Courage, Divide Assets, Economic Abuse, Emotional Abuse, Extended Family, Financial, Forgiveness, Grand Parents, Health, Home, Honesty, Hope, Libido, Litigation, Litigational Abuse, Maintenance, Mediation, Mental, Nutrition, Parental Alienation, Parenting Plan, Parents, Physical Abuse, Practical, Resilience, Rituals, School, Shared Parenting, Single Parenting, Spiritual, Spouse, Stress, Support Network, Technical, Trauma, Visitation, Wisdom

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