Instead of laboring over kids having a broken family, I encourage parents to frame divorce as a change in the family, not the end of it.
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A great deal has been written about the fact that when spouses feel compelled to win their arguments with each other, they end up losing their relationship.
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Moving into a new relationship should take time and discernment, especially with children involved. How exactly do you do that? Read on.
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After a break-up, parents often ask for a list, something to which they can refer to, that will help them deal with their ex in a positive way for the kids!
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When we put the digital world on pause for these special carved out times, we send a strong message to children: “You matter to me”.
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Finding a therapist is a very personal task. There is no secret formula and no two therapists that are the same, here are some of the most important questions.
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The title of ‘Stepmom’ can be such an unenviable one. One minute you are cool, the next you are unfriended or simply disregarded. Here are 5 tips that can help.
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There are issues that naturally and consistently arise as part of a co-parenting relationship. Find out how to overcome the most common co-parenting issues.
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This is real-talk from a Judge who sat almost 10 years on a family law assignment. Co-parenting issues vs. legal issues, what’s the difference?
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Taking the steps toward forgiveness, divorced co-parents can begin to mend those fences and set the stage so their kids can grow up with a solid foundation.
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How do you find the RIGHT lawyer for you and your separation and divorce? Here are some helpful tips from a retired family law judge.
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The 1st of a two-part series on identifying and understanding of how grief affects children and co-parents differently when separating and divorcing.
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Find out first hand, what judges are going through when they take a look at your family court case! Knowing that Judges are people too should help you prepare.
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If we yell we are teaching that yelling is a legitimate way of expressing anger and we can expect our children to learn to do the same.
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Thinking about separation or divorce and you have children? Co-parenting generally starts with drafting a family/parenting plan. (6 min 43 sec read)