It is no big surprise that forgivingness is the key to emotional freedom, but, in most cases, forgiveness is easier said than done.
(1 min 45 sec read)
The experience of divorce is where we think the wound lies when in actuality the wound lies in the betrayal or the dissolution of your known way of life.
(3 min 2 sec read)
In order for the family to attain happiness, each co-parent must process their emotions and learn to be happy with themselves.
(5 min 7 sec read)
The therapist will help you, your fiance, & your ex establish healthy boundaries everyone is comfortable with. Not all co-parenting relationships are the same.
(3 min 9 sec read)
Majority of us are well intended and loving parents, with an occasional ‘bad day’. Does that mean you’re a toxic co-parent? Probably not.
(2 min 40 sec read)
We know co-parenting is hard. With all the mapless challenges of raising children and all of the daily single-parenting hurdles or co-parenting struggles.
(3 min 34 sec read)
Co-parenting is hard, especially if one or both parents have a high conflict personality disorder. Here are the 5 personality patterns that most commonly appear.
(3 min 46 sec read)
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.
(4 min 44sec read)
Like the parents, the children will also go through the steps of grief during a divorce. How they handle each step is profoundly influenced by the parents.
(3 min 50 sec read)
The 1st of a two-part series on identifying and understanding of how grief affects children and co-parents differently when separating and divorcing.
(5 min 15 sec read)
Knowing when your coParent needs to seek professional help will, not only, keep you and your children safe but also help your coParenting relationship.
(3 minutes 29 seconds read)
Genetic vulnerabilities, physical illness, and the stresses associated with poverty, all affect the lens through which a child views self and others.
(1 minute 46 seconds read)