Help Children Process Their Feelings

Too often, children are placed in the middle during a divorce, placing additional stress on them during an already turbulent time in their lives.  Parents need to consider how they can help their children process their feelings of loss. Article Link

What are couples fighting about?

Conflict is inevitable in every relationship.   Have you ever wondered what other people argue about or what triggers a disagreement with others?  Check out the results of this study.  You may be surprised to learn that your relationship struggles aren’t much different from those of others. Article Link

Four Basic Parenting Types

Did you know there are four basic parenting types?  What type of parent are you and which is best for your child? Here’s an article explaining more: 4 styles of Parenting

Is your spouse actually a narcissist?

The term “narcissist” is used frequently today, especially during a divorce.  We all have certain narcissistic behaviors, but is your spouse actually a narcissist, or are they simply exhibiting these behaviors as a result of the emotional turmoil that comes with a divorce? Article Link

Controlling Your Worries

We all worry about things in our lives, but those worries can be escalated during a divorce.  Check out this article on controlling your worries. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/articles/200508/taming-your-worries