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From ‘Lonely’ to ‘With Yourself’ This Holiday | article for The Huffington Post

By Susan Winter

Want to go from feeling ‘lonely’ to ‘with yourself’ this holiday? My article for The Huffington Post reveals the mindset that makes this possible.

The holidays can create difficult emotional states for many people.

The hype and expectations surrounding this time period are intense. Commercials and movies emphasize happy, loving families enjoying their time together and couples in cozy, warm images of endless love.

But what about those people whose lives don’t match these images? What about the widowed, […]

The insane amounts of money people are spending to get over bad breakups | Moneyish interview

By Reed Alexander

Can retail therapy heal a broken heart? Moneyish asked relationship Susan Winter for her take on excessive spending after a breakup.

Many of us nurse our broken hearts by going out, buying new clothes, and spending it up in ways we otherwise would avoid. Break-ups don’t just break your heart — they can break the bank, too.

The average relationship now only lasts about two years and nine months, according to one survey — and many people are compelled to revive themselves with a […]

How to Spot Financial Infidelity | US News & World Report interview

By Andrea Woroch

How do you spot financial infidelity? US News and World Report asked relationship expert Susan Winter for the telltale signs to look for in your mate’s behavior.

Honesty is essential to a healthy and long-lasting relationship, and any breach of trust could rip two people apart. While most people think of betrayal as being emotional or physical in nature, financial infidelity can be equally crippling and is more common than many realize.

In fact, according to a survey by the National Endowment for Financial Education, […]

Psychology expert thinks we’re expecting too much from our romantic partners | CW33 TV/Morning Dose interview

The Morning Dose with anchors Laila Muhammad and Melissa Rycroft

Morning Dose/CW33 TV asks relationship expert Susan Winter if we’re expecting too much from our romantic partner.

Are we expecting too much from our romantic partners? At least one psychology expert says we might be.

A psychology professor from University of Chicago says in past centuries the primary function of marriage was for food, shelter, and protection from violence. It later evolved around love and companionship, which is what we would like to think about marriage today.

But according […]

10 Habits Couples Therapists Say Always End a Marriage | Redbook interview

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