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Second marriage? Why you need to talk money early and often

Second marriage? Why you need to talk money early and often
Globe and Mail
Couples entering their second or third marriage need to get over their
delicate feelings and have those conversations, even if they are emotional
minefields. And remarriage is increasingly common. According to Statscan's
most up-to-date numbers, ...
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When Will I Move On Already?

Some experts assert that it takes a year for every five years of marriage to recover. That was about right in my case, and I've heard from many women that it took that long for them as well. This doesn't mean you are going to be miserable for the entire time. You may go through every emotion in the book, from despair to exhilaration.There are three stages in the divorce recovery process. During the first phase, you flit from one thing to another. You may date different people, get rid of old friends and make new ones, travel to new places, try out new jobs. Abigail Trafford, author of the divorce classic, Crazy Time, calls this the Hummingbird phase. "Hummingbird people aren't able to reestablish themselves as new entities because they never allow themselves to confront the pain and anxiety of divorce or a new life. Their wings flutter too fast," she says. My Hummingbird phase included a long detour from grieving with Internet dating, which became an obsession.Th…

Feel like talking, stranger? Couple who found love via randomly sent text message celebrate ten years of marriage Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.

Feel like talking, stranger? Couple who found love via randomly sent text message celebrate ten years of marriageBy DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Last updated at 6:18 PM on 2nd August 2011
Tina and husband Andrew came together after Yeovil-based Tina changed a couple of digits around in her number on a whim and sent a random text message with no idea who would receive it.When Tina Baldwin sent a chance text message to a random number, little did she know her whimsical action would lead her to lasting love.
Andrew, who lived over 100 miles away in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire at the time, received the text asking: 'Feel like talking?' Modern romance: Andrew and Tina Baldwin met after she sent a text message to a random number asking for a chat Despite feeling wary at first, Andrew was persuaded to reply by his uncle and the pair kept in contact via text and then calls.'I think I was more shocked than he was when I got a reply,' said Tina, 37.'I was expecting someone to send a me…

Feel like talking, stranger? Couple who found love via randomly sent text message celebrate ten years of marriage Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.

Feel like talking, stranger? Couple who found love via randomly sent text message celebrate ten years of marriageBy DAILY MAIL REPORTER Last updated at 6:18 PM on 2nd August 2011
Tina and husband Andrew came together after Yeovil-based Tina changed a couple of digits around in her number on a whim and sent a random text message with no idea who would receive it.
When Tina Baldwin sent a chance text message to a random number, little did she know her whimsical action would lead her to lasting love. Andrew, who lived over 100 miles away in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire at the time, received the text asking: 'Feel like talking?'
Modern romance: Andrew and Tina Baldwin met after she sent a text message to a random number asking for a chat Despite feeling wary at first, Andrew was persuaded to reply by his uncle and the pair kept in contact via text and then calls. 'I think I was more shocked than he was when I got a reply,' said Tina, 37. 'I was expecting someone to send a m…

COUNSEL TO SUCCESS

COUNSEL TO SUCCESSWith students seeking help not just to cope with stress but also in making career choices, counselling has become an attractive career option. Aaditi Isaac report
Modern day counselling can help channelise one’s energies positively. In today’s world of competition, pressures and deadlines, counsellors play a vital role in shaping the life of children. Counselling of all types — school counselling, career counselling, or even clinical counselling involves a great deal of listening, giving direction, and a lot of patience.

The areas in psychology that are covered at the graduate level include general and social psychology, statistics, abnormal/clinical psychology, industrial and organisational psychology and developmental psychology. Students can become counsellors by doing their Master’s. They can also pursue certificate and diploma programmes by NCERT and Ignou.

SCHOOL COUNSELLING

With CBSE making it compulsory for all schools to have counsellors on board, sch…