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Surviving the Holidays During a Divorce

Divorce can be hard, especially during the holidays. Traditions are changed and family members seem to be missing. Easing the stress of the holidays can be difficult, especially when children are involved. If you’re struggling to cope with a divorce during the holiday season, here are some ways you can ease the pain. Tips for Surviving the Holidays During a Divorce To get through the holiday season, here are some tips that may help: Don’t make any big decisions With … Read More

5 Signs You Should File for Bankruptcy

Filing for bankruptcy can seem scary and overwhelming, and tends to be something most people try to avoid. But in some situations bankruptcy can save you from a never ending stream of financial stress. If you’re feeling hopeless about your financial situation, bankruptcy might be the right choice for you. Signs You Should File For Bankruptcy If you’re at a crossroads and considering bankruptcy, these five warning signs will help you come to a decision. You’re living paycheck to paycheck and only … Read More

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Celebrities are often targets for scandal and often, the biggest and most beloved stars are proven to be guilty of despicable acts. This remains an ongoing issue for the majority of us who don’t live our lives in the limelight.  As modern culture evolves and the landscape of the workplace changes along with it, our awareness of sexual harassment and how it affects our community evolves as well. What does the law say? It is unlawful to harass a person … Read More

Can You Manage Conflict?

How well do you manage conflict? No matter where you stand, there’s always room for improvement. Conflict is an everyday fact of life and we can either choose to embrace it or avoid it, the latter option generally exacerbating the problem. One of the most important skills we can have is to accept conflict and accept its natural occurrence in an ongoing relationship. Every conflict is an opportunity for growth, a chance to gain essential life perspective and increased understanding. … Read More

Detroit Taking Steps to End Bankruptcy

On July 18, 2013, the city of Detroit, Michigan filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy in what went down in US history as the largest municipal bankruptcy filing, coming in at a whopping $20 billion. Hope may be in sight, however, has continued taking steps in the right direction to end its bankruptcy once and for all. According to a recent article in the Detroit Beat, lawmakers in Lansing have passed what will hopefully be the last segment of the city’s adjustment … Read More