This issue offers tips and advice on some of the most common issues faced by divorcing and divorced men and women, as well as a special feature on the “Top 20 Amicable Celebrity Divorces” from the last 20 years.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) December 01, 2016
Enjoy a complimentary download of Divorce Magazine’s 20th anniversary issue by visiting DivorceMagazine.com. This issue offers tips and advice on some of the most common issues faced by divorcing and divorced men and women, as well as a special feature on the “Top 20 Amicable Celebrity Divorces” from the last 20 years. Here’s a preview of what you’ll find between the covers of this issue.
Divorce Doesn’t Have to Mean Ending a Relationship with the In-Laws
In “5 Tips for Maintaining an In-Law Relationship Post-Divorce” – one of three special features included in this issue – Dr. Deanna Conklin-Danao, a clinical psychologist, discusses the steps a person can take during and after a divorce to maintain a relationship with the in-laws.
“While the stereotypical in-law relationship is adversarial, the reality is that many married people enjoy warm and loving relationships with their in-laws,” explained Conklin-Danao. “Divorce will complicate this relationship… but it doesn’t have to end it.”
Learn How to Stop Sabotaging Relationships for Good
Licensed therapist Terry Gaspard outlines what men and women who have gone through a divorce can do to start building trust in relationships and having successful relationships in “7 Ways to Stop Sabotaging Relationships.”
“For the most part, people who sabotage relationships are not intentionally self-destructive,” Gaspard noted. “Our past experience can cast a large shadow over our present relationships, and we may not be aware that we’re playing out old patterns. You might not get a second chance at your relationship, but there is still a chance for recovery for those who have made mistakes.”
Other helpful articles in this special issue include:
- How to Choose the Right Divorce Lawyer
- The Dangers of Social Media in Divorce
- 5 Ways to Financially Prepare for Divorce
- Tips for Healthy Co-Parenting with a Toxic Ex
- 4 Questions You Kids Will Ask About Your Divorce
- 7 Ways to Fight Depression and Thrive After Divorce
Select editions – including California, Illinois, and New Jersey – also include answers to some of the most frequently asked divorce-related questions written by local professionals.
Divorce Magazine and DivorceMagazine.com have been providing individuals and families who are going through the transition of separation and divorce with information, support, and guidance since 1996. The magazine and website both offer practical help and information – from child support to visitation, mediation to litigation, divorce recovery to dating after divorce. The online directory of divorce professionals and geo-targeted FAQs can assist separated individuals to find local help and advice. The magazine and website are owned by Divorce Marketing Group, which also publishes Family Lawyer Magazine and FamilyLawyerMagazine.com, DivorcedMoms.com, as well as a number of other divorce-related publications and websites.