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Getting through the Holidays with Grace for Your Kids

Nov 30, 2018

Create a Conflict-Free Zone The holidays can be extremely stressful time of year for many people, and this is especially true for many children and parents in a divorce situation. Divorced parents have an added challenge in maintaining their grace … 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

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

The Kids Are Not Alright

Mar 22, 2017

Tips for Helping Your Child Deal with Divorce Given the statistics — 50% of first marriages and an even higher percentage of second marriages end in divorce — chances are your child either already knows or will meet other children … Read More

Why Consider Counseling for Children of Divorce?

Dec 12, 2016

“When and how do I know my child needs to meet with a counselor after parental separation and divorce?” While the answer depend on the circumstances, parents may find it helpful to consider the following: All people, children and adults, … Read More

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