Archives for December 2013

Greiving, Divorce and Kids

I see grief as a process of moving through the depth of one’s distress and sorrow so you can begin to heal. Getting a divorce, whether you want it or not, is agonizing and traumatic. You are grieving many things – loss of your primary intimate … [Read more...]

Goodwill and Trust – Important Components in a Divorce with Kids

When getting divorced, it’s so easy to turn everything into a battle by always trying to prove your point and making the other person look bad. In a divorce with children, kids are often stuck in the middle. Rather than going down a path of divorce … [Read more...]

Don’t Try Divorce Alone!

Divorce is an incredibly difficult journey – no bones about it; you may be wracked with grief, stress, guilt and fear. Trying to navigate your divorce and co-parenting all alone is like rock climbing without having someone on the other end of your … [Read more...]

Emotions Can Wreak Havoc in a Divorce

Parents often are scared and don’t know how to proceed when they find themselves ready to get a divorce. They feel heartbroken, angry, terrified and shocked. At this emotional low-point in their lives, they often don’t know where to turn to help them … [Read more...]