Motivational Monday

“Ex-orcise the ghosts of your past”. You can loose years of your life focusing on “what went wrong”, Instead focus on what is now going right and on the positive


Overcoming The Frenzy of Getting Back On Track

Freshly sharpened yellow pencils with assorted pens, neatly divided notebooks, four boxes of Kleenex, and my kids piled in the car on the first day of school two weeks ago.

Post Divorce: Dating the Same Type Over & Over Again

How many have parents who were happily married for 30, 40, 50 years? I'm guessing there a few. But there are probably many more who clearly remember loud yelling, the

Should I Stay or Should I Go

Planning in advance is not always an option when the divorce or breakup surfaces.  Often times it comes as a surprise to one spouse and leaves little time to formulate

Home Alone

Surviving a "Life After Divorce" Experience Darkness Always Comes Before the Dawn Everyone remembers that first night. What's weird is when you were married a night alone seemed like a

5 Fun Ways for Single Moms (Or Dads) to Entertain Their Kids This Fall

As the fall season is fast approaching moms are turning to new ways to keep their children entertained throughout the Halloween season and into the winter months. While some of

Under the Microscope

Inbox: 472 new messages What? How do I have 472 new email messages?  I clicked and knew instantly what went down. I lost a bet, and he wasn't kidding... A

Who Is Responsible For Your Child’s Expenses?

Raising a child is expensive. From diapers in the beginning to sports gear in high school, the bills never really go away. The latest data suggests raising a child who