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Nov.20.2019

Finding Gratitude this Thanksgiving in the Non-Traditional – like Frozen Pizza and Pajamas

By Kate Kovats Newly separated or divorced might not sound like a recipe for a great Thanksgiving. I promise you it can be – even if you are missing family traditions or it’s the first time you won’t be with...

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Oct.21.2019

Don’t ‘Fall’ for the Pumpkin Spice Divorce

By Tonya Graser Smith Now that fall is here, I thought it would be seasonally appropriate to talk about what I call the “pumpkin spice divorce.” Pumpkin spice isn’t just for lattes anymore. There’s pumpkin spice everything – beer, candles,...

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Oct.16.2019

Like a Boss – A Good Boss, That Is: 4 Things Good Bosses Do

By Tonya Graser Smith Today is National Boss Day (a.k.a. Boss’s Day). If you’re sipping your coffee out of your “World’s Best Boss” mug, you might be feeling pretty confident in your place at the helm. But workplace tides can...

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Sep.17.2019

Kindergarten – Where You Start Learning About Relationships

By Tonya Graser Smith My son, my first-born, started kindergarten a few weeks ago. This milestone made me reflect on Robert Fulghum’s classic essay, “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten,” from the book by the same...

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Sep.10.2019

In Divorce, the Grandparents Have Rights

By Tonya Graser Smith I want to talk about grandparents. We honored them on Sunday with Grandparents Day – and with good reason. Grandparents are special. Growing up I’ll never forget the 1:1 time I had with my grandparents during...

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