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Lawyers call January “Divorce Month” and in our adversarial system it is a rough emotional and financial ride for a lot of people. Canada’s laws may be just, but perhaps not very gentle to families breaking-up. We convene a panel to weigh in on what should change. I was honoured to be a part of this panel Read More →
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Is it the frigid temperatures that have got you feeling miserable this morning? Or are you simply not in the mood to be back at work after the holidays?
If you’re feeling miserable today, you’re probably not the only one — the most depressing day of the year has come early in 2014. Read More →
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January has been dubbed “divorce month” — and with good reason. It shows a higher number of divorce filings than any other month. Going through a divorce during the holidays can be emotionally draining, which is why many people don’t do it – they put it off until January. Read More →
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This Audio helps you embrace an uncertain future, and move forward with smarter choices to build a happier and healthier future. It gives you coping strategies for dealing with your former partner, and ways to deal with your most important and lasting relationship: with yourself.
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