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

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

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

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--

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

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

Dual Citizenship and Divorce (Part Two)

My last post examined some of the early legal issues to consider when dual nationals decide to get a divorce. A divorce proceeding involving dual nationals can be complex. It can also

Busy Bee: How Goal-Setting Increases Productivity

Maybe you didn't know this, but the name Melissa actually means honey bee. I know this because it's a rite of passage. When little girls get hit about age 7, they