Four Tips for Keeping the Family Peace this Holiday Season During the Pandemic Photo of Michele Hart I have practiced law for 24 years and the past 18 years, I have focused exclusively on divorce and family law cases. I always knew I wanted to be a lawyer. I admired the power that I believed lawyers had to “win” rights for the clients they served. After all, I’ve always been a fighter. I have been knocked down a few times but I always found the strength and determination to get up and get back in the game.
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Four Tips for Keeping the Family Peace this Holiday Season During the Pandemic

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Four Tips for Keeping the Family Peace this Holiday Season During the Pandemic

The holiday season can be stressful under normal circumstances.  But this year, the pandemic brings additional challenges.  How will we spend time with family members and other loved ones this holiday season? Arguments can easily erupt when family members have very

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Five Tips for Keeping the Peace at Home

Do spousal spats or sibling squabbles at home take their toll on you and your family?  If so, you’re not alone.  Most all families argue, some more than others. The New York Times article entitled Lessons in Domestic Diplomacy,  is summed up with these 5 strategies

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Three Simple Steps to Calm Your Emotions During Conflict

Think of a time when a conversation suddenly turns heated.  Perhaps a co-worker makes a derogatory comment to you in front of colleagues.  Or a close friend neglects to call you on your birthday.  Or your spouse nags and criticizes

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How Relationship Conflicts Can Literally Make You Sick

In any relationship, whether at work or home, conflict is inevitable.  You might not be surprised that relationship conflict can affect your mental and emotional health.  But did you know it can also affect you physically? Relationship conflict is any kind

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The Secret to Managing Your Emotions for Closer Relationships

As social distancing continues and anxiety increases about the future, close relationships are especially important to our emotional and physical well-being. Likewise, maintaining connections with those most important to us – Spouses, family, friends, bosses, and co-workers – leads to

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Step-By-Step Checklist For Difficult Conversations with Family or at Work

You might be able to think of at least one conversation right now that you’ve been putting off.  Perhaps you believe that saying something will only make things worse.  When it comes to family members, certain conversations can be difficult because

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Get Unstuck and Step Confidently Into Difficult Conversations

The dreaded difficult conversation.  You know the one.  When you know you need to say something, but you don’t. Instead, you put it off.  Or completely avoid it.  You might reason to yourself that saying something will only make things

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The Key to Custody and Parenting Time Agreements Without Going to Court

If you have kids and are separated or divorced, this post is for you – especially if you want to stay out of court. The big takeaway is this – be able to master the Herculean task of negotiating and

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One Simple Action To Stay Calm During Difficult Conversations

You know the feeling.  You’re in the middle of a conversation with someone – your spouse, friend, or co-worker – when the person says something that offends you or makes you angry. You feel your blood temperature start to rise.  And

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How to Confront a Friend or Loved One Who Lets You Down

It’s inevitable.  Whether at home or work, someone close to us eventually lets us down.  Perhaps we get angry or hurt.  It comes with the territory of personal relationships.  What can you do?  Should you confront the person or stay

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