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Children & Divorce: A Family Approach to Discussing Divorce

Your family is experiencing a transition. Divorce is difficult for everyone—parents, children, everyone is affected by the change. It’s new,

Resolving Issues After Divorce Through Mediation

Once a divorce is over, one of the many feelings a person feels is relief that the long, difficult and

5 Ways Your Belief in a Soul Mate is Holding You Back

By Lisa Arends I’ve never been one to believe in soul mates. Even when my 22-year-old self said “I do”

Divorced? Badmouthing Your Ex Is Bad For Your Children

By Rosalind Sedacca, CDC We all do it from time to time. Make a sarcastic comment about our ex, criticize

Will My Marriage Survive COVID-19?

If you are asking yourself this question, you need to know you are not alone.  Our families in the United

How To Be Happy Again After Divorce

Whenever you go through a difficult life situation like divorce it’s tempting to seek out short-term pleasure as a way

Mother’s Day Reflections: 7 Lessons Learned from My Divorce

By Terry Gaspard, MSW, LICSW Mother’s Day is a perfect time to reflect on how my divorce changed my relationship

How to Detach and Let Go with Love

Although it’s painful to see our loved ones be self-destructive, detaching allows us to enjoy our life despite another person’s

7 Ways to Cultivate Love in Your Life

Most of us seek someone to love or to love us. We don’t think about cultivating self-love or realize that

Conquering Coronavirus Fears In Your Kids: 4 Things To Know And Do!

By Rosalind Sedacca, CDC Talking to your kids about the Coronavirus is certainly one of the most difficult conversations you’ll

How Can You Get Out From Under the Shadow of Your Parents’ Divorce?

By Terry Gaspard, MSW, LICSW Do you ever wonder if you’ll get out from under the shadow of your parents’

7 Tips to Fall Back in Love with Your Partner

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

Refuse to Be a Victim After Your Divorce

By Lisa Arends “Let me introduce you to the victim advocate,” offered the policeman who had arrested my husband the

Valentine’s Day Traps – 6 Tips to Avoid Them

By Darlene Lancer, JD, MFT Valentine’s Day is fraught with landmines and expectations, often unrealized, and whether you’re in or

5 Ways to Deal With Feelings of Guilt and Rejection Post-Divorce

By Terry Gaspard, MSW, LICSW When a marriage dissolves, it’s a natural to experience feelings of guilt or rejection. Guilt