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Jon & Kate’s 8 Kids Need Them to Divorce The Drama

Boston, Massachusetts, USA – WEBWIRE

“Everyone knows she’s an a**hole.” Jon Gosselin recently said of Kate Gosselin, his ex wife and mother of his eight children.

Kate Gosselin is not one to take the high road either, having filed a multimillion dollar email hacking lawsuit against Jon this past Fall.

While Jon was successful in getting Kate’s hacking allegations dismissed, Kate has blogged, in a public forum, about how “heartbreaking” it is that Jon speaks negatively about her and their children, in a public forum.

“The need for divorced parents to refrain from the urge to negatively blast the other cannot be stressed enough; the psychological well being of their children depends on it.” says Attorney Melissa Dragon, author of “Divorce The Drama! Your no drama guide to managing ANY ’Ex’” (available at

Attorney Dragon regularly blogs on her website, about the importance of avoiding post divorce negativity in co-parenting the children and outlines a step by step process to keeping one’s emotions in check when dealing with a toxic, negative Ex.

Attorney Dragon’s recently published book, “Divorce the Drama!” discusses the ugliest divorce conflicts encountered during her 15 years of divorce litigation. “Divorce the Drama!” also offers simple solutions parents can use immediately to end the toxic cycle of verbal abuse that often continue between parents post divorce.

“What divorced parents often lose sight of is the fact that, because they had children together, a family remains post divorce. The question they need to ask themselves is: how dysfunctional are they willing to let that family be? The answer is the key to motivating them to change their behavior and learn a new way to manage the difficult post divorce emotions without hurting their children.”

"Divorce the Drama! Your No Drama guide to managing ANY ’Ex’ is designed to empower post divorce parents to rise above the negativity and ugliness so that they can heal the family that remains.

For media inquires please contact Melissa Dragon via email: or call (978)771-8858.



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