Understanding your Adult Attachment with compassion may help you to accept the ending of your marriage, examine your part in its problems and demise and seek therapy to work at earning a Secure Autonomous Adult Attachment.
Coping with Divorce
Adult Attachments evolve from early childhood experiences and the successes or failures from relationships in adolescence and early adulthood.
Love comes in all shapes and sizes, & romantic is only one of love’s many faces. We created this page to lift your spirits & remind you that love is all around despite the end of your marriage.
If you and your family have recently undergone a significant change in dynamics here are some things you can do to make the Father’s Day weekend a more positive experience for your children.
Since the pandemic began, each day has brought a cascade of emotions – fear, hope, anger, gratitude. Lately, a voice in the back of my head has become louder. “You’ve been here before during your divorce. You found your rudders. Go back to them now.”
The card I recently drew during the COVID-19 pandemic included all the things I thought I would never hear myself say to my ex during a pandemic.
Here are a few actionable tips to help you navigate the tricky waters of divorce and start your business when your marriage has come to an end.
From a strategic point of view, for one reason or another, a spouse seems to lose leverage in the case when moving out of the home. The disadvantage comes even greater if the other spouse remains in the home with the children.
Here are a few helpful tips to add to your routine that will detox your body and mind after divorce.
COVID-19 is a golden opportunity to work on issues of cooperation and love. Children should always come first since they are usually the innocent ones.