6 Considerations Every Couple Should Discuss Before Getting Married

You have found your life mate and are ready to move forward on the road to marital bliss. Before making that lifetime commitment, there are a few things you can do with your partner to avoid some of the bumps in the road that can delay or even sabotage your trip down the aisle.    Decide where you will live your new life together.      Before getting married, one of you may have to…

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Ask Leslie: How can I get him to marry me?

DEAR LESLIE,  I’ve been with my boyfriend for several years on and off. We’re currently off and dating around but are still in communication. I miss him all the time. He most recently shared that he loves me but he’s not sure if I’m the one. How can I get him to marry me? –  Ringonthebrain Dear Ring on the Brain…, We have all been there. You meet someone, fall head over heels believing the…

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Life After Divorce: How to learn from others… As Told by Leslie

Life after divorce is, at times, viewed as terrifying due mostly to the unknown of what is to come. Where will I live, and what will I do? Who will I become? Truthfully the only way to shake this fear is to take a hands-on approach to plan your future and make the unknown familiar. It is often easier said than done, but with the help of others can be less challenging than perceived.  To…

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Pod Schools and How to Join… As Told by Leslie, a Roundup

With the school year already underway for some and nearing for others, many parents find themselves disillusioned by last Spring’s virtual learning experience and are looking for an alternative. While the government’s proposal of in-person learning at traditional institutions appears to be a controversial choice, the idea of “pod schooling” has peaked and is viewed more favorably among care-givers and educators alike. Pod schools, a group of three to 10 students under the instruction of a…

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Handling an Unexpected Divorce… What You Need to Know

Handling an unexpected divorce can be a harrowing experience. While things between you and your spouse may not have been perfect, you weren’t expecting to be served with divorce papers, now what? Identify the paperwork First, do not panic. Look at the papers and see if your spouse filed with a Summons and Complaint or just a Summons with Notice, regardless look at the end of the document served or on the face of the…

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