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Emotional Wellness Month (Signs It’s Time to Let Go)

Did you know October is Emotional Wellness Month? If you’ve been holding on to or staying in a relationship that has negatively impacted you, emotionally, maybe this month is the month to set yourself free. For many adults in an unhappy marriage, recognizing the right time to move…

Lifting Yourself Up After Divorce

There’s no denying divorce can weigh you down – physically and emotionally. However, finding the right methods to pick yourself back up again can make all the difference. A positive mindset and continuous self-care will make the process less taxing on all of those involved. Picking out proper…

Important Things Divorcing Parents Should Tell Their Children

Divorce, while a large portion of the challenges and emotions lie on the shoulders of you and your soon to be ex-spouse, it’s important to keep in mind you may have some innocent bystanders watching nearby. Whether you have elementary age children or college graduates in your home,…

Support Through Divorce – Upcoming Support Groups & Seminars

We so often hear… “I don’t even know where to begin!” or “ Where can I meet other divorced people, because my married friends just don’t understand what I am going through…” This is why we have decided to offer informational seminars and support groups devoted to helping…

Making Joint Child Custody Work

Coordinating schedules, shuffling kids between houses, splitting up the holidays – shared custody can be taxing on you, your ex, and your children. To make the situation more manageable, we wanted to provide some guidelines to ensure your joint custody agreement works: Keep your feelings separate from the…

What Kids Say About Divorce

Below, we hear about divorce from a child’s perspective. Meet 12-year-old Eric who reflects on his experience of his parents telling him they were getting a divorce. Included in this video are our tips for parents, including being sure to schedule one-on-one time with each of your children…

Adjusting to Life as a Single Father

Finding yourself as a newly single father may seem overwhelming. Adjusting to this new life involves finding a balanced strategy that meets the financial and emotional needs of your family AND yourself. And while it’s no easy task, we hope the below tips can help you into this…

Coping With Life After Divorce

Whether you’ve been married for a short amount of time or your entire adult lives – if the marriage ends in divorce, you’ll be faced with a challenging, emotional time. But it’s important to know, you are not in this alone. See below for our tips on coping…

Summer Planning Strategies: A Co-Parenting Guide

With fewer stay at home parents, summer break can present a challenge that requires good co-parenting skills. Although you still work as a team for your child’s best interest, we know how stressful it can be to devise the perfect schedule that aligns with both parent’s vacation days…