Children processing a divorce in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic can certainly benefit from seeing a therapist. Keep the following tips in mind.
A divorce is not easy, especially when you tend to put the blame on yourself. Learn how to heal slowly but surely with self care and time.
Divorce can be a devastating experience that leaves your whole world turned upside down. Here are some helpful tips to getting over your divorce and how to move forward with your life.
When you have a married couple in which one is personality disordered and one is codependent, what do you get during the divorce process? High conflict.
Women, unlike men, find it easier to cope with divorce because they are more likely to seek professional help and reach out to friends and family for support.
Negative emotions can lead to rash behaviors and bad decisions during the divorce process. Therapy can be a good solution to find support and to manage negative emotions during divorce.
Premarital counseling can be a safe place to explore those issues consciously instead of waiting for them to blow up. Here’s why you should consider it.
Whether you’re still going through the divorce process or have been divorced for many years, it’s crucial to prioritize your children’s well-being.
Insomnia and divorce often go together. Here’s advice to help you go to sleep during divorce, stay asleep, and wake up rested rather than exhausted.
If you’ve started seriously contemplating divorce, how will you know if it’s time to move on from your marriage – or any significant relationship?