5 Simple Feng Shui Tips for a Quick Bedroom Makeover After Divorce or Breakup

Are you looking to bring some good Feng Shui vibes into your home? Do you feel like you need to make some changes in your life, and home but it

The Newly Divorced Dater

Divorce Recovery....do we really have to "recover"?  Why can't we just walk away, slam the door behind us and carry on? I don't need recovery! Imagine this......you just got divorced from a 26 year marriage. You are finally free to flirt in public with that gorgeous 24-year old girl at

Creative Vacationing for Single Parents on a Budget

The countdown to Spring Break has begun! One week of no school for kids and a week off for parents spending time with the kids heading into that last stretch before summer. This year is My Week Year, so the kids started dropping ski trip hints last summer. My kids

Taking the Right Path?

Taking the Right Path? Stick to the "Right" path I have always had a love of forests. Now, you won’t catch me skipping along a path in a red hood or hugging trees, but there is something that draws me in and gives me peace. As I travel, I love


If I Can Waive Alimony, Why Can’t I Waive Child Support?

If I can waive alimony, why can’t I waive child support? Fair question. Here’s why: Alimony and child support are two different things and are treated differently under the law.

The Focus Oriented Divorce Has Arrived

I am pleased to announce the completion of my certification as a Focus Oriented Professional, and a Certified Focusing Trainer. The certifications are the culmination of over two years of study, learning, and practicing. I have often made mention of the focusing training, teachers and the Focusing Institute in my blogs. Focusing

Could Uncontested Divorce be the Right Choice for you?

When divorce seems to be the ultimate end of a marital relationship, it requires to figure out the right approach to execute it. Sometimes the matters get too complicated that the family is unable to come to a common decision regarding child custody, property distribution, alimony, etc. On the other

3 Ways to Use Your Attorney During Mediation

There are 3 ways that people would typically use a lawyer in a divorce mediation. Your attorney is with you in the mediation room helping you negotiate as well as helping you draft the documents. The lawyer is also there, full on. However, we pay attorneys by the hour so


The “We Space”

The “we space” is what is created when two or more people are in a relationship. A couple has a different energy than each person on his own; a family has a

4 Things I LOVE About My Therapist

I was opposed to talk therapy for quite sometime because I had the wrong therapists. After crashing and burning in college, I decided it was time to try again. Finally, on the fourth therapist I found a match. All it took was a recommendation from a friend to change my

International Child-Centered Divorce Month

Divorce Experts Commemorate International Child-Centered Divorce Month in January With Advice, Support and Resources For Parents Coping With Divorce Does Divorce Scar Children – Or Do Poor Parenting Choices Do the Damage? Boynton Beach, FL: That’s the question Rosalind Sedacca, CDC has been answering for the past decade as Founder

The Weekend Slim

Hello, New Year, New You! Tone, tone, tone! How This Workout Works Finally, there's a routine to help you make up for a Monday through Friday that was more stress than sweat. "These moves, including my signature you'll-thank-me-later tush-toning trio, firm from head to toe while burning lots of fat,"