Co-Parenting During the Holidays

The holidays can be stressful times. For children of divorced or separated parents, the holidays can be even more difficult. However, despite these challenges, divorcing or separating spouses still have the opportunity to create a happy holiday season for their children while still maintaining th...


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Featured Article | When Divorce Hits A Snag…Don’t Panic!

Written by Featured Guest Blogger Melissa Cohen, LCSW, CPC, IEC Therapist & Life Strategist

For some of us, once we decide on divorce, it could not happen quick enough.  Whether you decide on an uncontested divorce with it’s over easy or not, sometimes the law gets in the way of us moving forward...


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Featured Article | The "F" Word (...the one you're scared of...)

Written By Featured Guest Blogger (and our friend) Elizabeth Winkler, MA LMFT

Fear is a common visitor as we face separation and divorce. Just the thought of the “F word” can be overwhelming and isolating. When I see clients frozen in fear, I like to turn the situation around where fear moves fro...


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Dating After Divorce: Are You Ready?

You managed to pull off an uncontested divorce, you're getting used to living alone and the first time you went grocery shopping and bought only what you wanted was amazing. But now Netflix binging is getting a little lonely, and you're starting to wonder what life would look like with a signific...


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5 Ways To Make Visits Count After Your Divorce

You and your ex have agreed to an uncontested divorce without lawyers and a co-parenting schedule—and you’re determined to make it work. This all may seem easier said than done, but if you’ve managed to divorce without lawyers, we think you can probably handle what comes next which, if you have c...


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