Divorce, Mental Health

Why Do So Many People Get Divorced in January?

If you've been considering divorce, you may have heard January referred to as "Divorce Month" and wondered how much...

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Divorce, Mental Health

Facing the Holidays Right After a Divorce or Separation

The holidays can be difficult for anyone, but they can be especially tough for people who have recently gone through a...

Divorce, Mental Health

3 Dynamics That Will Destroy a Relationship

{4:00 minutes to read} It is not unusual for married couples to develop unhealthy ways of settling disputes between...

Mediation, Mental Health

Making Peace with Your Ex

What does it mean to make peace with your ex?  This is a tough question.  When people feel their ex-spouse betrayed...

Collaborative Divorce, Mental Health

True Empathy: What Feeling Another’s Pain Requires

“Empathy” is a popular—and often misused—term. What people usually mean when they talk about “having empathy” is...

Collaborative Divorce, Mental Health

The Storm Out: What Is It, and Why Do We Do It?

Collaborative Divorce, Mental Health

The Storm Out: What to Do When It Happens

{2:00 minutes to read} In my previous article, I wrote about the dynamics of what happens when a person storms out of a...

Divorce, Mental Health

Divorce After An Affair

I frequently meet with new clients shortly after they or their spouse have revealed or discovered an affair. This is...