From John R. Morella, Ph.D.
According to recent national statistics (National Institute of Mental Health) about 1.5 million children each year experience the divorce of their parents. With each decade, divorce rates have soared, which often lead to remarriage and more adjustments for today’s youth to step-sibs, half-sibs, and […]Read More
From Kevin Cadora
For some people it seems like the holidays and stress go together like turkey and stuffing. Between the family gatherings, gift shopping, busy work schedules and other time drains, it’s no wonder we often find ourselves exhausted and just looking for a break during the year’s […]Read More
From Angela Kidd
A divorce will affect all children involved whether we like it or not. Depending on the process and the circumstance of separation, the situation will affect the child differently. It’s your job as a parent to explain, guide and offer support to […]Read More
From Kristen Wint
As I write this I’m in survival mode, trying to work from home with two sick kids. I haven’t had a shower, one of them is coughing continually, and my nerves are fried. This is the perfect example of why moms find it difficult […]Read More
From Sam C Reeves
If you are divorced and considering re-marriage to a Chinese woman there are probably some things you should know first. If you yourself, are not a native Chinese, you may have realized by now that Chinese women from mainland China, and Chinese culture itself, […]Read More
From Isaac Nunoofio
The dissolution of a marriage is a very painful process. Your ability to manage properly the transition from being a married person to being single again can determine whether you can move on with your life quickly or whether your life may grind to a halt […]Read More
From Nico B Rama
Divorce cases are the most complicated, and more often than not, the most messy to deal with. For this reason, it is smart to seek the help of a good law firm when you’re going through this legal process. Finding […]Read More
From Guy Blews
I have been known to be extremely critical of marriage.
I have been heard to say that there are only two reasons for people to marry – fear and obligation.
Fear of losing someone, fear of not being able to control someone for the […]Read More
From Todd R Stolulonis
I considered myself a romantic from a foregone error. I believed in love, when I first saw this beautiful woman from afar, I said there goes my future wife. I had to meet her and I found […]Read More
From Judy Mastracchio
Clients who are divorcing or just divorced frequently find it is very difficult to get through the weekends, especially at first. That was a “together” time where things were done as a couple or as a family.
Here are five tips to help […]Read More