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Co-Parenting with Your Ex when Emotions are Still Raw

Co-Parenting with Your Ex when Emotions are Still Raw

Most couples that go through a divorce understand that keeping the kids out of all the emotions is the ideal scenario, but that hardly ever works. Children often become the victims in a break-up. We’ve all seen it, whether we’re directly or indirectly involved. But...
Why Is It Important to Have a Parenting Plan?

Why Is It Important to Have a Parenting Plan?

If you have children and are divorced, separated, or about to file for divorce, you’ve no doubt discovered that the most important issues to address during the dissolution of a marriage is what will happen with the children. Will you have custody? Will your spouse...
Parental Alienation Has Life-long Implications

Parental Alienation Has Life-long Implications

Families have been under increased stress during the pandemic. It’s been a long 15 or so months since lockdowns and other traumas began, and some families simply did not survive the anxiety. Existing problems may have been aggravated by the pandemic or new problems...
When to Seek Help from a Therapist

When to Seek Help from a Therapist

Sometimes, life is hard. It throws us a curve ball and it can be difficult to get back on track. Whether you’re dealing with marital issues, grief, problems with your children, job challenges, or something else, the time may come when to need to seek help to sort out...
Children and Divorce: Part 2

Children and Divorce: Part 2

It doesn’t matter how old your children might be. Divorce will upset their world like no other happening in their life. Regardless of age – from toddlers to teens – children are affected by divorce or separation in uniquely different ways. Some children become...