When divorce become a reality, it’s common to feel anxious and stressed out. The situation may have been moving in this direction for some time, or it may have come up suddenly. No two situations are exactly alike, but one
The article, What’s the best way to talk to my kids about my ex? was written by Meghan Leahy and was published in The Washington Post.
Some people anticipating a separation or divorce think or may have heard through the grapevine, about necessary prerequisites to starting divorce mediation. You know how the grapevine is. You can’t rely on everything they say being correct. So I thought
The article, Building Tolerance for Uncertainty During Divorce was written by Melissa Kalil and was published in DivorceMag.com.
The audio file above is The Architect of Change Show with your host, Connie Whitman discussing divorce and the splitting of assets with Jann Bate Catto from TLC Medation. Change is hard for most humans. But the change in
The article, How Being Single After Divorce May Improve Your Life was written by Paisley Hansen and was published in DivorceMag.com.
Separation and divorce are among the most painful and disruptive events an individual and family can experience. As a divorced (and remarried) mother of three, I know all too well the devastating emotional and financial impact the process can have
The article, Helping Clients Rebuild after Separation or Divorce was written by Lindsey Phillips and was published in Counseling Today.
The article, A Guide to Tips on Communicating with your Spouse during a Divorce was written by Sylvia Smith and was published in marriage.com.
This short YouTube video is written by former superior court judge Lawrence R. Jones and focuses on how parents can unintentionally harm their child’s emotional health and welfare.