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5 Ways to Strengthen Your Bond with Your Teen After Divorce

By Rosalind Sedacca, CDC Unlike younger children, teens are more likely to take sides during and after a divorce. It’s

Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Prenups

In a recent entry on her blog, divorce adviser, attorney and coach, Karen Covy breaks down the nitty gritty details

Why Do We Love An Abuser?

Falling in love happens to us―usually before we really know our partner. It happens to us because we’re at the

10 Key Tips for Resolving a Marital Crisis

You feel that you are missing something or you have feelings for someone else. You annoy each other all the

Infidelity As Theft: Lisa Arends’ “What Infidelity Steals From You”

In a recent video by Lisa Arends on her YouTubeChannel, the wellness coach, teacher, and author of “Lessons From the

Divorce Advice: 5 Tips for Staying Positive After a Breakup

Nobody ever imagines that their sparkly new marriage will end up in a bitter divorce when they first say “I

Relationship As A Spiritual Path

A relationship can be an exciting path to the unknown. It offers an ever-present opportunity to grow―a path to spiritual

Grandchildren Benefit From Grandparent Support During & After Divorce!  

By Rosalind Sedacca, CDC When divorce with children takes place grandparents often get caught in the emotional turmoil and drama.

10 Warning Signs Your Marriage Is in Serious Trouble

By Terry Gaspard, MSW, LICSW The most common complaint of couples today is that they’ve fallen out of love. However,

A Lawyer’s Tips for Keeping Your Divorce Records Private

Unless your last name ends in the word “Kardashian” you’re probably not a big fan of making a public scandal

9 Red Flags That Tell You Your Relationship Might Be Over

Terry Gaspard, MSW, LICSW After decades of being a therapist and lover of self-help books, I’ve come to realize that

What is Codependency?

By Darlene Lancer, JD, MFT Codependency is sneaky and powerful. You may not be aware that it’s the root cause

7 Ways Women Can Build Trust in Relationships

Terry Gaspard, MSW, LICSW Recently, there has been a gush of articles in the media about a common problem in

Divorced Moms – Parent Yourself First To Be A Better Parent

By Rosalind Sedacca, CDC It’s that time of year again when all mothers feel the connection with their children. Often

Signs You’re Holding On When It’s Time to Let Go

Letting go is hard. Damned hard. I first learned this as a young child, exploring my grandmother’s basement, packed to