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Divorce and Children with Intellectual Disabilities: What Parents Need to Know

Jan 22, 2019

A major consideration for a couple going through a divorce are the decisions about their children. Support, visitation, custody, holidays and vacations are all a part of the mix. However, for couples in this situation who have a child with … Read More

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I Never Thought This Would Be My Story

Jan 16, 2019

A few years ago, my marriage of over twenty years came to an end. Simply put, I never thought that would be my story. After many years of struggle, hurt and failed attempts to make things better, I found myself … Read More

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A Daughter’s Perspective on Divorce Mediation

Nov 30, 2018

Children Know the Unspoken Memories of the time leading up to my parents’ divorce that are most vivid to me are the ones containing nothing – no fights, no yelling, no manipulation to favor one parent or another. So I … Read More

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How does Parent Alienation Damage Children of Divorce?

Sep 27, 2018

“You are a bad parent and I don’t want you in my life any more.” Most parents have heard this from their children and felt free to ignore it. Unfortunately for some divorced parents, this threat becomes reality. Read More

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A Heroic Effort: Choosing to Make the Best Decisions during a Divorce

Apr 19, 2018

“It is under the greatest adversity that there exists the greatest potential for doing good, both for oneself and others.” ▬ Dalai Lama XIV

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A Child’s View of Infidelity

Jan 25, 2018

In 2012, one quarter of adults under the age of forty-five in the U.S. were children of divorce. In many cases, infidelity was a primary factor in the divorce. That betrayal has wide-ranging consequences for their children. How do Children … Read More

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You’re Still Mom & Dad. Your Kids Count on that Even after Divorce

Jan 23, 2018

Show Your Child How to Cope Can you still maintain the Mom & Dad roles during your divorce? Divorce is difficult for everyone, adults and children alike. As parents we want to hide the difficult stuff from our children. We … Read More

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Is it Time to Call in the Pros?

Jan 11, 2018

Signs Your Child is Struggling to Cope During Divorce During a divorce, it’s normal for your kids to feel a range of difficult emotions. But time, love, and reassurance should help them to heal. If your kids don’t bounce back, … Read More

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Why It’s Important for Your Child’s Teachers to Know about Your Divorce

Aug 18, 2017

A common mistake is this: the teacher and school staff are assuming this child lives in a two parent home. The beginning of school, school events, and issues that come up while a child is in school, like the above example, can highlight change in the home for both the child and parents. Read More

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A Solo Parent’s First Vacation with Just the Kids

May 30, 2017

The two of you always planned and handled the family vacation together. In fact, it took both of you to manage the chaos and mayhem unleashed by those ‘just out-of-school’ creatures. Now you are staring into the abyss of ‘summer … Read More

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