Divorce bites. It’s the end of the happily-ever-after story that a couple starts long before their wedding day. It’s no picnic. But there are ways to succeed at the process and make it less horrific.
You are not the first person to find yourself attempting to raise strong, confident, loving children with someone you feel is crazy. I’ve noticed some patterns in high-conflict co-parenting. Here are 8 common traps that co-parents get stuck in and some tools for getting through them.
It's official, Spring is just around the corner and the dreary days of Winter are behind us. What better time to clear our heads, attitudes, and shape some goals moving forward. This collection of inspiring quotes may be the ticket to help you get started:
It seems everyone is discovering that all along they were, in fact, married to a narcissist. I’m not sure how that happened, but I will acknowledge I notice a lot of self-centered behaviors in people going through crisis. Along the way, I’ve learned some tricks that help me work with people who are exhibiting narcissistic behaviors. These tricks may also be helpful when dealing with former partners.
In honor of all of the battles that were not fought because people decided to use words instead of weapons or the legal system, I give you this simple story of mediation:
One of the questions I most frequently get asked when clients are going through a separation is: 'How do I manage my money?'. It can actually by answered by breaking it into 3 simple steps 👉