“I know what Love is”

“I may not be a smart man, but I know what love is” Well I thought I did. I thought it was a feeling.I thought that it made me feel complete when I was with that person and like a part was missing when they left.

Motivational Speech after Divorcing 0 Comments

Motivational Monday

Do you want to know what motivates you? Check out these books!
Moving On 0 Comments

When Good Things Happen

Divorced. Single. Broken. Single mom. Failed marriage. I fight hard against labels defining me. While they serve as accurate descriptors of pieces of my life, by no means would I
Moving On 0 Comments

The Baby Boomer Divorce Trend

I recently read an article that the divorce rate was on a slight decline from the generally accepted 50 percent rate. Although it is difficult to obtain completely accurate divorce statistics, as
Advice on Family Therapy & Divorce Counseling 2 Comments

I don’t see what you see!

We all try to avoid confronting other people or being confronted. We often see “confrontation” as a negative form of communication. When the word “confrontation” hits our mind, other words and…

Advice on Family Therapy & Divorce Counseling 1 Comment

A Therapist’s Divorce Advice, Part 1

Divorce Advice from a Therapist I’d like to welcome Dr. Cassandra Friedman, a therapist who helps people going through divorce channel their sadness and anger into something productive, and also

Making Lemonade Out of Vodka

Life and mornings can take a u-turn real quick. Father Daughter Bonding With Drunk Drivers (Originally posted 8/6/14 - Don't skip my usual P.S. below!) The usual morning of juggling
Moving On 0 Comments

Divorce Without Dishonor motivates child-centered attorney

Michael Mastracci is an attorney on a mission  — one he shares with the entire child-centered divorce community. He talks about – and is soon to be the author of