Category Archives for Divorce & Children

Alienation of Affection and Homewrecker Laws

Alienation of Affection and Homewrecker Laws A lot of people don’t know that engaging in infidelity can sometimes have legal and financial consequences. What are Alienation of Affection and homewrecker

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Is There Hope For My Marriage After Separation?

The Lure of Marriage Separation. Most Online Advice is Totally Wrong. Revised 1/24/20 Is There any Hope for My Marriage After Separation? I hear that question a lot. And in this post, I’m going to

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Children of Divorce

Children of Divorce Revised 12/31/19 I am often asked about children of divorce. Wives sometimes ask me, “do you think I should stay in a miserable marriage just for the sake of my kids?” This

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Gray Divorce

What is Gray Divorce? Gray divorce is how couples therapists describe the abrupt increase in divorce among couples 50 years old and older. Typically these couples are tossing in the towel after 20 years

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Adult Children of Divorce

Adult Children of Divorce Adult Children of Divorce suffer too. There is a robust cultural belief that adult children, once successfully launched, are relatively unimpacted by their parent’s divorce.

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How to Raise an Angry, Entitled Child in 4 Easy Steps

 Four Steps to Raising an Angry, Entitled Child According to a 2015 study published in the journal Developmental Psychology there are four easy steps to raising an angry, entitled child. This research

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Children of Infidelity

Are My Kids Impacted By Infidelity? Revised 5/14/19 Our culture values fidelity. And when parents break it, they break the vow not only to their spouse but to their children as well. Children of infidelity

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Five Styles of Co-Parenting After Divorce

Several research studies over the last 30 years have uncovered 5 primary styles of co-parenting after divorce. The first 3 are considered to be more or less functional, all things considered. The first

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