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Advice from the book Games Divorced People Play

"Successful After Divorce relationships consist of four basic elements:

1. Courtesy,

2. Financial Commitment,

3. Parental Commitment, and

4. Minimal Personal Contact.

"Courtesy means treating your ex as you would like to be treated. Cut the barbs, attacks, put downs and getting back ats.

"...the greater the contact the higher the probability for hassle. Positive interaction hinges on the divorced couple being emotionally unhooked and available for honest, game free transactions."

 

> List of all Divorce Peers resources: Your Ex?

"No" (How to Say It)
Adultery
After Your Judgment of Divorce
Boundaries
Care taking and rescuers
Divorce Court - "Forget Me Not" Program for Never Married Parents
Divorce Court - "Reasonable" Parenting Time, Defined
Divorce Court - "SMILE" Program Description, Advice
Divorce Court - Analysis of "Best Interests of the Minor Child," factor (F)
Divorce Court - Analysis of "Best Interests of the Minor Child," factor (I)
Divorce Court - Analysis of "Best Interests of the Minor Child," factor (J)
Divorce Court - Parenting Time Make-Up Policy
Divorce Statistics - "Connected" to Your Former Spouse?
Divorce Statistics - Infidelity, Adultery, Cheating, Affairs, ...
Eavesdropping between Divorced Parents
Forgiveness
Four Basic Elements of Successful After-Divorce Relationships
Marital Attachment - "Unhooking" after Divorce

 
 

> List of all Post-Divorce Relationships resources

Active Listening -- Tips
Adultery
Agreements
Apologize and make amends
Asking Questions
Camps for Kids
Care taking and rescuers
Child Health
Children and "Friendly Divorce"
Daters' Bill of Rights - Boundaries after Divorce
Divorce Risks: Children
Evaluating Child Care
Explaining Your Divorce to Your Children
Forgiveness
Four Basic Elements of Successful After-Divorce Relationships
Friendship
Listening Habits
Listening Problems
Marital Attachment - "Unhooking" after Divorce
Not Divorcing - for the Sake of the Children
Parenting Classes
Parenting Time Coordination via Internet-Based Scheduler
Personality tests: Jung-Myers-Briggs
Photo Albums On-Line
Reasons to Listen Better
Relationship tests
Step Couples - 10 Steps for Success in Remarriage after Divorce
Step families - 10 Steps for Successful Step-Grandparenting
Step families - 10 Steps for Successful Stepfamilies, Stepchild Parenting
Stepparents - So You Want to be a Stepmother?
The Waitress Test
Why Not Date During Divorce?
Why Wait to Date after divorce?

 


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