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Divorce Report 2018: The Human Side

We all know the divorce rate is high, though it’s thankfully not as high as the 50% we often hear.

Why Divorce is so Hard on Children

To many parents seeking divorce, the final divorce decree can be a very welcome relief from stress and anxiety. The

7 Steps to Forgiving Your Ex Once and For All

Forgiving others and yourself is infinitely terrifying yet necessary for achieving healthy relationships. It’s about being willing to acknowledge that

“The Talk”: A Caring and Confident Approach to Telling the Kids About Your Plan to Separate or Divorce

Lisa Gabardi, Ph.D., LLC Sharing the news with your children that you and their other parent are divorcing, moving into

Divorce or Stay Together? Unhappy Parents are Faced with a Challenge

By Rosalind Sedacca, CDC Deciding whether to divorce is a tough, complex and controversial subject. There are no right or

Spending Time With Your Children After Divorce? Make Every Moment Count

Divorce is a tricky thing for all parties involved. However, many times parents are so focused on their own needs

Making Holidays Magical for Kids After Divorce

When we think holidays, we think magical time of year for children. But, when it comes to children of divorce

5 Great Ways to Boost Your Self-Esteem After Divorce

By Amanda Wilks Nothing can be quite as devastating to one’s self-esteem as a divorce. No matter how amicable a

Gratitude 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