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Gratitute in Hard Times

Divorcing your spouse is a major life event that can leave you feeling a range of challenging emotions; from sad,

Parents: Children Going Through a Divorce Have Deep Emotional Needs

By Rosalind Sedacca, CDC A child’s psychological needs are greatly increased during and after a divorce. Often they are experiencing

7 Tips to Help Your Teenager Cope with Divorce

By Terry Gaspard, MSW, LICSW The teenage years can be challenging for both a teenager and his or her parents

How To Move On from Your Parents’ “Grey Divorce”

By Terry Gaspard, MSW, LICSW As divorce rates among adults over 50 continue to climb, many adult children of long-time

Narcissists are Codependent, too.

Writers often distinguish narcissists and codependents as opposites, but surprisingly, though their outward behavior may differ, they share many psychological

Divorced? 4 Valuable Life Lessons to Master Now

By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT The aftermath of divorce can be a sense of self-discovery or internment in a self-made prison

How to Be Vulnerable and Assertive with Your Partner

By Terry Gaspard, MSW, LICSW Being vulnerable means being authentic and being able to risk expressing your thoughts, feelings, and

8 Secrets to Success in a Second Marriage

By Terry Gaspard, MSW, LICSW Recently my husband and I celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary and we have a deep

3 Sports Women Can Practice While Going Through a Divorce to Relieve Stress and Frustration

by Mike Jones Despite your best efforts, you signed the papers and found yourself on the other side of that

Teenagers Taking Sides: A Painful Consequence of Divorce

By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT I received the following question which poses many challenges related to divorce and parenting. While there

Take Control of Your Finances After Divorce

For many people, divorce can mean financial devastation or hardship.  You may lose half of what you have saved over

12 Lessons Daughters Learn From Their Parents’ Divorce

Women, and especially daughters of divorce, can put undue pressure on themselves to find the right partner, marry, and develop

How My Past Relationships Led Me To The Love Of My Life

I don’t think love is something you can plan or create. Love for my husband came unexpectedly, and when I

Five Ways to Encourage Emotional Intimacy in Your Married Life

By Sylvia Smith When married couples think of intimacy, their first thought is often sexual intimacy.  Being physically intimate is

Celebrating Actively Involved Divorced Dads

As Father’s Day approaches, let’s take a moment to celebrate caring, actively involved divorced and divorcing dads: Fathers who put