Google ‘dysfunctional’ and you'll be confronted with a photograph of my family, every single one of whom is divorced. Some, befuddled by the seeming inevitability of it all, planned their
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Use Your Life Lessons to Teach Your Children Valuable Lessons

By Rosalind Sedacca, CCT Bad things can happen to good people. Divorce is a prime example.  Good people get divorced. Responsible people who are loving parents get caught in the
Health and Wellness 6 Comments

Why Me? Well…Why Not Me? One Therapist’s Look at Failed Relationships

Do you ever wonder if there’s a light that shines down on certain people and bestows upon them nothing but success in all areas of life? It sure seems that
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Cohabitation and Children

 In August, the National Marriage Foundation released a contentious study suggesting that cohabiting couples pose a grave threat to the welfare of children. The practice of an unmarried adult couple living together
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Be a Good-un

I've been giving some thought to the desire to... Help Wanted. Huge Reward. …help Someone Reach their Dreams. What does this really mean? It's not a collection of merit badges--
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Split Movie – Divorce & Kids

SPLIT is a deeply personal film that explores the effects of divorce on children. The film features twelve children aged 6-12, who explore the often frightening and always life altering
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Why Implementing Self Care Matters During the Divorce Process

Learning to take care of yourself can be one of the most valuable lessons you learn following a divorce or breakup. As you feel the emotions of your loss and