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Bringing up bothers: 7 tips for having arguments without yelling, blaming, insulting, hurting

CNN Health reminds couples of better argument strategies with an interview of couples therapist Saul Stern, who highlights the relationship research of the Gottman Institute. Amy Chillag organizes her article around these seven tips (excerpt): Don’t avoid tough conversations Step…

Alternatives to traditional divorce litigation

Peggy Drexler writes about the amicable Amazon divorce for Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos: “A Google search for ‘amicable divorce’ returns more than 6 million results, with everyone from the American Psychological Association to divorce attorneys weighing in.” Unlike other articles,…

Robbie in The Wedding Singer (1998): “Once again, things that could’ve been brought to my attention YESTERDAY!”

CNN reports on the Saudi Ministry of Justice’s move to protect the rights of women in divorce.* *Apropos of nothing, the phrase “Knowledge is power” was originally attributed to Imam Ali, known as the cousin and son-in-law of Muhammad. Nada…

2019 Best Law Firms – Professional Review and Rating of The Sarnacki Law Firm

Best Lawyers in America selected The Sarnacki Law Firm for its 2019 Edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms.” The Best Lawyers in America is one of the oldest and most respected peer-review publications in the legal…

Disappointment’s greatest gift: treating yourself with compassion

Psychology Today gives us Do’s and Don’ts for “What to Do When You Feel Let Down by Someone.” Toni Bernhard’s list of Helpful Responses includes (excerpt): 1. Recognizing that all relationships change 2. Feeling happy for others 3. Questioning the…

Professional Review and Rating: David C. Sarnacki, Super Lawyers 2018

Super Lawyers selected David C. Sarnacki to its 2018 Michigan Super Lawyers list. Super Lawyers, part of Thomson Reuters, uses “a patented, multi-phase process that includes peer nominations, evaluations and independent research” to select the top 5% of attorneys in…