As a psychologist working with high-conflict families, I can reflect on my own experience and recognize how much it has impacted my professional and personal life. I had the “lucky” experience of living through two divorces during my childhood.
Your Divorce Stories
We invited our visitors to submit their divorce stories – happy, sad, heartbreaking, or encouraging. Read them here.
How does “together forever” turn into “never”? Here are 5 reasons for divorce – and how to move on to new adventures rather than remaining stuck in sadness and confusion.
As you deal with the pain and emotions of divorce, there are actions you can take to address these feelings and begin the healing process.
These heartfelt lyrics let separated and divorced parents know how badly their words and actions can hurt their children – the innocent victims of a bad divorce.
Losing the relationship you once had with your in-laws is an unfortunate result of divorce. However, while it’ll never be the same, it’s still possible to keep your in-laws in your life.
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A collection of portraits and personal accounts of how divorce has affected each of the subjects, Broken Circle: Children of Divorce and Separation provides an intriguing glimpse into the reality and diversity of how children experience divorce. Part of the Broken Circle Project by photographer Karen Klein, the book features young adults between 18 and […]
We invited readers and our website visitors to submit their divorce-inspired stories. Our goal is to help readers express themselves, heal some of their wounds, and connect with members of our community who are traveling on the path of divorce.
Your Divorce Art: We invited readers to submit their divorce-inspired artwork to us, you can see some of them here.