How to Deal with Your Anger During Divorce
If your divorce was caused by a betrayal, infidelity, or abuse then it’s only natural to feel angry. However, your emotions can have a bad effect on your divorce process. Watch as Karen Bigman explains why it’s important to deal with your anger.
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