Collaborative Divorce

“Wait. You’re Divorced?” Divorced Couples Working Together

Collaborative Divorce

If you’re in the throes of a divorce, the idea of working with your ex may seem outrageous. But what...

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True Empathy: What Feeling Another’s Pain Requires

Collaborative Divorce

“Empathy” is a popular—and often misused—term. What people usually mean when they talk about “having empathy” is “kindness” or perhaps...

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Counterintuitive Lessons from Divorce

Collaborative Divorce

The cliché of divorce is the cheating husband, the destructive crazed ex wife who takes revenge—on your property, cars or...

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Using Compassion to Heal Feelings of Guilt

Collaborative Divorce

I recently sat down with Michael Schiesser and Neelama Eyres, Co-authors of Divorced with Love, and co-founders of Inner Journey Institute. As a divorced couple who co-parent their...

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Divorced with Love Part Two: Finding a Way Forward

Collaborative Divorce

Last week I began a series of conversations with Michael Schiesser and Neelama Eyres, co-authors of Divorced with Love, and co-founders of Inner Journey Institute, an organization...

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