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Economic Violence

Economic Violence I finally misplaced the article I wanted to link in this post. Never mind, I can speak on it from my heart. It's a time of self reflection! So, I'll keep this one very short.  Is your answer to the next question, yes or no ? Are you being preyed on because you are economically disadvantaged? Until next time, Much 💜 Deborah

Maximise Your Settlement During a Legal Separation

Maximise Your Legal Settlement I've been wanting to write about this topic for quite some time. I was waiting to gather more real life examples of the experiences of real people, At this point, I'm going to focus on speaking to women because I want us as women to learn the power in letting go of that anger and frustration which comes with legal separation and divorce. If you are a gentleman reading this, then, I hope you'll be pleased with what I have to say. Please do share you thoughts below if anything I say resonates with you. Thank you. How often have you heard couples who are going through, or have been through a bitter separation talk about both parties agreeing amicably? I know that there are a handful of cases, however, it's quite natural to feel aggrieved whenever a relationship ends - for whatever reason it. Adultery or infidelity probably ranks very high as one of the culprit of adding to the level of rage experienced by one or both parties. H