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Mindfulness – Be Compassionate with Yourself during Divorce

Nov 07, 2017

Mindfulness during Your Divorce – Is it Possible? Can you anchor your mind and emotions to a mindful peace in the middle of a personal storm? The upheaval during divorce produces a whirlwind of emotions that overwhelm, agitate and untether … Read More

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Mediation for Divorce: A Sensible Alternative to Litigation

Oct 27, 2016

Written for the monthly newsletter for the Philadelphia Estate Planning Council, Debbie Schneider’s article examines divorce mediation as a rational, reasonable approach that offers significant benefits over traditional litigation. Debbie Schneider, is an attorney-mediator for Alpha Center for Divorce Mediation … Read More

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Alpha Center for Divorce Mediation Marks 20 Years in Doylestown Will Donate 20 Memberships to YMCA

Nov 19, 2015

The Alpha Center for Divorce Mediation®, a pioneer in the divorce mediation movement, is celebrating its 20 years in business in Doylestown. In appreciation to the community, Alpha Center is sponsoring 20 limited memberships to be given to newly separated … Read More

Surviving Divorce by Reclaiming Your Life – It’s Time to Launch the New You (Part Five of Five)

Aug 10, 2015

You’ve worked hard to put all the pieces together and rebuild a new you: your physical and emotional health, your financial security and your inner strength. It’s time to make your debut and put your new self into play. Get … Read More

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Surviving Divorce by Reclaiming Your Life – Secure Your Financial Future (Part Three of Five)

Jul 23, 2015

Now that you have focused on getting your physical well-being, you’re your emotional strength back, you’re ready to look at what you need to do to get your finances back on track so your future is more secure. Recalculate to … Read More

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Should I consider keeping the family home after divorce?

Oct 28, 2014

The reasons for keeping the home may include an emotional attachment to the home, a desire to keep stability in the children’s lives and in their schools or the desire to stay in the same neighborhood. While there are many … Read More

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Allow yourself to grieve the loss of the relationship

Oct 12, 2011

Grief is a natural reaction to loss, and the breakup or divorce of a love relationship involves multiple losses: • Loss of companionship and shared experiences (which may or may not have been consistently pleasurable) • Loss of support, be … Read More

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How to cope after the Breakup

Oct 03, 2011

Why do breakups hurt so much, even when the relationship is no longer good? A divorce or breakup is painful because it represents the loss, not just of the relationship, but also of shared dreams and commitments. Romantic relationships begin … Read More

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Stress in Your Marriage?

Oct 03, 2011

Women and Men think differently – understanding this concept reduces the stress in your relationship! Stress can be both good and bad for your marriage. The key is how you handle it and if you can recognize stress in your … Read More

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How to go Back to School

Sep 24, 2011

Going back to school as an adult is often a lesson in time management and prioritizing. Sacrifice is another common word you’ll hear among those brave enough to hit the books again — whether they’re giving up time with friends … Read More

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