Posts by Painless Divorce

Countdown to Christmas

Adriana Galimberti-Rennie, Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, Managing Director of Painless Divorce, explains how to Relieve the Stress of the Festive Season for Separated Families. The season of “good cheer” can be anything but that if your family has separated. It poses difficulties such as who has the children on which of the…

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Broken Christmas

Managing Director of Painless Divorce, Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society The end of the year brings many festivals. However, for some couples, the strain of this time can be too much to bear. For some, the impending celebrations feel like a sham and bring with them a sense of dread, so much so…

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Divorce Tips: Guaranteed To Make Divorce Easier

Divorce is difficult enough, would you knowingly put yourself though needless pain and cost, when you could reduce the emotional fallout by using Divorce Tips? Artist: Urania Mytika saatchiart.com If you are trying to minimise any additional upset, it’s important to think about the type of professional assistance you need to help end your relationship . The…

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Neuroscience: How dignity improves divorce outcomes

Neuroscience: How dignity improves divorce outcomes Neuroscience: How dignity improves your divorce outcome. An international conference in USA last year marked the 25th anniversary of couples taking charge of their divorce process and each building firm foundations towards their individual futures.  One colleague spoke about the neuroscience of dignity and how dignity affects a divorcing couple’s…

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Painless Divorce Wins Team of the Year Award 2015

Painless Divorce Wins Team of the Year Award 2015 We are delighted and proud to announce that Painless Divorce (Collaborative Resolution Ltd) has won the Modern Law Award’s Team of the Year 2015. Adriana Galimberti-Rennie, innovator of Painless Divorce, was presented with the trophy at the awards dinner attended by over 500 members of the legal…

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When fathers go awol and mothers go up-the-wall

When fathers go awol and mothers go up-the-wall Children need the security of consistent contact with both parents; their original friendship groups and extended family systems. As a psychologist and relationship/divorce therapist, I am aware of the long-term impact of the effects of childhood separation. What I see in my consulting room isn’t good. Current official UK…

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What do arguments about money really mean?

What do arguments about money really mean? Financial stresses on some families cannot be underestimated. Couples who are already struggling with the emotional aspect of their relationship may find it difficult to take important decisions about their future family finances. If you find yourself in this situation you can use the opportunity to check out the…

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