Forgiveness: Healing Yourself

Mar 15, 2018

Forgiveness is your choice. Forgiveness is all about healing your pain. Forgiveness is not something you are doing for the other person. Forgiveness is your path to emotional freedom from resentment. In Janis Abrahms Spring’s book How Can I Forgive … Read More

Using an “I” Message Can Flip a Difficult Conversation to a Positive One

Mar 13, 2018

How many interactions do you have with people in a single day? How would you rate them? We feel great when they are positive. Especially when it involves people we care about. But even the people we care about have … Read More

Getting Through the Winter ‘School Blues’

Jan 18, 2018

It’s January, It’s Cold, It’s Back to School. Ugh! Re-entry into the new semester for students of all ages, including college students, is often quite a struggle. Getting back into the swing of things after being off for several days … Read More

Divorce and December Holidays

Dec 21, 2017

Together or Alone: Making the Holidays a Joyful Experience The December holidays most frequently celebrated in our community, Christmas and Hanukkah, can be challenging for divorced families — parents and children alike. These celebrations call to mind memories of past … Read More

10 Ideas for Getting a Handle on Holiday Stress Post-Divorce

Dec 04, 2017

10 Ideas for Getting a Handle on Holiday Stress Post-Divorce The holidays are a tough time for many people in general. Personal loss, family conflict and increased demands can exacerbate feelings of sadness, loneliness, frustration and stress. On top of … Read More

6 Tips for Compromising with the Kids

Nov 30, 2017

If your child can’t take no for an answer, it may be because you need to up your negotiation skills. Past success may have taught your child to be better at getting his or her way than you are at … Read More

Mine, Yours, Ours? – Blended Family Finances are more than Just a Budget

Sep 29, 2017

When a remarriage creates a blended family, couples must deal with children and custody arrangements, their ex’s and their ex’s new partners, establishing a new household and integrating values, personalities and schedules. And to top it off, they have to … Read More

Post Divorce: Focus on New Financial Goals

Sep 22, 2017

Chart a Course and Stay on it Chances are that you and your former spouse had agreed upon and were putting money aside for a goal. That may have been a world cruise on the QEII, a vacation home in … Read More

20 Opportunities to be a Great Co-Parent

Sep 20, 2017

Perhaps one of the most difficult post-divorce tasks is maintaining a parenting relationship with the one person with whom you couldn’t have a marital relationship! You may have differing values, poor communication, unresolved hurt, resentment and anger that you are … Read More

School Daze Part Four – The College Conundrum

Aug 21, 2017

School Daze Part Four – The College Conundrum School Daze: A Four-part series addressing the challenges kids face going back to school after their parents separate or divorce. A divorce poses several dilemmas for kids about to head off for … Read More

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