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Surviving the Pain of Parental Alienation (part 1 of 4 part series)
by Rick Nischalke
How do I survive the pain of Parental Alienation?
People contact us from around the world daily looking for help, resources, encouragement, facts, laws and strategies. But the one overriding theme and prevailing question that we receive more than any other is, “How do I survive the horrifying and… READ MORE

Forgiving after trust is broken

How to Forgive Someone
by Rick Nischalke
Learning how to forgive someone is much more than just a learned skill or technique. You can learn how to forgive someone in a matter of minutes. But getting to the point where you’re willing to forgive someone is where the real struggle...READ MORE

Signs of an Emotional Affair

Signs of an Emotional Affair
by Rick Nischalke
Signs of an emotional affair include developing non-sexual emotional intimacy with a person who is not your spouse. When engaging in an emotional affair, a person will likely conceal it from their partner and may resort to dishonesty to keep the… READ MORE

Couple recovering from an affair

Recovering from an Affair
by Rick Nischalke
Recovering from an affair isn’t easy. In fact, it’s one of the hardest challenges a married couple can face. But the good news is that it can be done. There is hope for you, your marriage and your future…READ MORE

How Much Does It Cost to Get a Divorce?
by Rick Nischalke
Recovering from an affair isn’t easy. In fact, it’s one of the hardest challenges a married couple can face. But the good news is that it can be done. There is hope for you, your marriage and your future…READ MORE

How to Find the Best Divorce Attorney
by Rick Nischalke
Finding the best divorce attorney for your unique situation is one of the most important factors in your divorce settlement. This post is a brief overview of the Hiring a Divorce Attorney section of our Divorce Protection Program ...READ MORE

Top reasons for divorce

Top Reasons for Divorce
by Rick Nischalke
Top reasons for divorce according to the National Library of Medicine are:
75% Lack of commitment, 60% Infidelity or extramarital affairs , 58% Conflict and arguing
45% Married too young,..READ MORE

Divorce and Parental Alienation – A Deadly Combination
by Rick Nischalke
There are hundreds of thousands of divorces every year… Wow, what a sad statistic and topic that is all by itself. But the numbers don’t even come close to reflecting the pain and heartache that divorce brings with it. Most of the time, both partners feel hurt, angry and possibly even betrayed. If not by their spouse, then by the hopes, dreams and… READ MORE