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Is It Possible to Divorce Well?

Three Buddhist Practices for Helping Partners Split Amicably

Ashley Davis Prend • 3/7/2017

By Ashley Davis Prend - I've drawn three simple, uncomplicated steps from Buddhist philosophy to help hostile spouses cultivate a spirit of nonviolence, generosity, and compassion toward their ex-partners. Counterintuitive as it seems, practicing these steps can help people find the kind of inner wisdom and peace that acts as an antidote to their self-destructive and aggressive impulses.

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4/9/2013
Authors:
SUSAN JOHNSON, ED.D.
 
ESTHER PEREL, MA, LMFT
 
ASHLEY DAVIS PREND, LCSW, ACSW
 
KATY BUTLER, MA
 
JAY LEBOW, PHD
 
ROSALIND BARNETT, EDD, LCSW, LCAD
 
CARYL RIVERS, MS
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NRC095570
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Copyright:
4/9/2013
Authors:
SUSAN JOHNSON, ED.D.
 
ESTHER PEREL, MA, LMFT
 
ASHLEY DAVIS PREND, LCSW, ACSW
 
KATY BUTLER, MA
 
JAY LEBOW, PHD
 
ROSALIND BARNETT, EDD, LCSW, LCAD
 
CARYL RIVERS, MS
Product:
NRC095570
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Is It Possible to Divorce Well?

Three Buddhist Practices for Helping Partners Split Amicably

Ashley Davis Prend • 3/7/2017

By Ashley Davis Prend - I've drawn three simple, uncomplicated steps from Buddhist philosophy to help hostile spouses cultivate a spirit of nonviolence, generosity, and compassion toward their ex-partners. Counterintuitive as it seems, practicing these steps can help people find the kind of inner wisdom and peace that acts as an antidote to their self-destructive and aggressive impulses.

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Ashley Davis Prend, L.C.S.W., A.C.S.W., is a psychotherapist and grief counselor in private practice in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. She's the author of Transcending Loss and Claim Your Inner Grown-Up. She's also the cohost of the mental health radio program Heart to Heart on Portsmouth Community Radio.