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The Ways Children of Divorce Love Differently

Even the experts have trouble agreeing, but the divorce rate for first marriages is believed to be about 45%. As

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A January Divorce

By Kristin M. Davin Psy.D January is known for many things – self-reflection, resolutions, and depending on where you live

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Celebration Of “Daughters of Divorce” Book Launch

We are happy to share the launch of Daughters of Divorce: Overcoming the Legacy of Your Parents’ Breakup and Enjoy

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Parental Conflict Alienates/Hurts Children of Divorce Long Term

By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT In a newsletter from Dr. Mark Goulston I read that: “A majority of teenagers, when asked

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5 Ways To Break The Negative Cycle of Relating To Your Partner

How can you break the negative pattern of relating that can lead to the demise of your romantic relationship? There’s

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9 Warning Signs Your Marriage Is Headed For Divorce

By Terry Gaspard, MSW, LICSW Trust be told, red flags usually appear fairly early on in a relationship that can

6 Ways To Let Go Of A Grudge Toward Your Ex-Spouse

By Terry Gaspard, MSW, LICSW One of the biggest problems with ongoing resentment in post-divorce relationships is that it often

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The Beauty In Letting Go

By Stephanie March Sometimes what is broken can’t be fixed in a relationship. The papers might say the couple is

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Want To Save Your Marriage? These Are The Steps You Need to Take

Perhaps your partner has uttered the dreaded words, “I want to leave,” causing your stomach to plummet in fear. Or

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Divorced Parents: Don’t Let Your Children Start Parenting You!

By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT Children who experience their parents’ divorce are helpless to change the circumstances. But they often try.

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Should You Let Your Child Decide Where To Live After Divorce?

In divorced and remarried families, there are often a lot of challenges and rivalries that may prompt a child to

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8 Ways to Avoid Sabotaging Relationships

Dear Terry & Tracy, I’ve been feeling very discouraged about my ability to keep a relationship together and notice that

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10 Ways To Keep Your (Re) Marriage Alive And Well!

By Vicki L. Shemin, JD, LICSW, ACSW As a divorce attorney and therapist who has been in the field for

6 Tips To Help You Cope With Being A New Stepparent

By Terry Gaspard, MSW, LICSW When you remarry into a family with children, bring your own children, and/or have a

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5 Tips to Help Your Children Thrive After Divorce

By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT Communication with our children is always important, but never as essential as when they are impacted