The internet is full of advice from experts on how to help your children through a divorce. Most of those experts have never lived through a divorce. It’s heartbreaking, it’s hard and even those sound advice from the most renowned experts will never prepare you for it. It’s easy to fall into the traps of… Continue reading 5 Things Moms Can Do To Help After A Divorce
I used to make fun of that saying, “it takes a village to raise a child”, but it’s true. You may not need a whole entire neighborhood but another set of hands would be nice.
I have a friend who is recently separated from his spouse, who came to me for help in trying to win her back. We tried a lot of things but sometimes a relationship can be so far gone that it’s not salvageable. Once he realized that, he asked me a question, “What can I do… Continue reading 5 Things Divorced Moms Wish Dads Would Do
I don’t mind road trips and recently I’ve been taking a lot of them. Shuttling my kids back and forth down the I-95 Corridor every other weekend to facilitate visitation has proven challenging but I do it for my kids. Yes, I’m breaking my own arm patting myself on the back because I hear way… Continue reading Riding In Cars With Little Boys
Can this relationship be saved? It’s a question that every couple asks at one time or another during times of strife. The answer coming from a logical place of contemplation and pro/con lists made, burned and remade. Love is never so easily found but once you recognize its face, it’s easy to hold again.
The holidays are supposed to be all about family and forgiveness. Or at least that’s what all the Hallmark cards say. If there was ever a certain time of year to “bury the hatchet”, that time of year would be Christmas. Most of you who read my blog know that I have never, ever talked… Continue reading Sins of The Father