There is so much to know about the divorce process before making any mindful decisions about the future.
Parental Alienation Syndrome occurs when a child aligns with one parent and grows exceptionally hostile toward the other parent, often altogether rejecting them for no good reason.
A step-up parenting plan evolves as your child gets older. It saves you time and allows your child the space to comfortably forge a bond with the noncustodial parent.
Mediation has the best chance of success when the divorce is uncontested or both parties are genuinely committed to working amicably toward an agreement on outstanding issues.
Shame and guilt not only make us feel terrible, but also make us feel responsible, even if we’re not.
Everything will get better, even the way you are feeling now. It’s important that you allow yourself to process every thought and hurt feeling that you have.
Divorce is not an easy thing to go through. When you’re divorcing someone with mental illness, it can be even more difficult.
The important decisions required for your divorce can be overwhelming. Here are a few things to consider.
If your New Year’s resolution is to start a new life through divorce, here’s what you need to know.
The holidays can be stressful enough, and that stress can be compounded by your divorce. Take this opportunity to look at your divorce as a source of gifts. Believe it or not, there are gifts thanks to your divorce!