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It’s Not Always Physical- The effects of mental abuse and when to move on

  When most people think of an abusing partner, images of the battered, downtrodden housewife with a black eye and a busted lip usually come to mind. The truth is

Does Divorce Scar Children? Or…

Is it the parents? I sincerely feel it is not divorce per se that emotionally scars children. It is the parents approach to divorce that determines the positive or negative

Navigating the Rough Spots

You think you’re OK and something comes up… How do you handle it? Things you thought were settled are still there, and you thought they were done. Rough patches are

Wednesday’s Tipping Point- Separation vs. Divorce

QUESTION: My spouse and I are considering a separation, possibly a divorce. What is the difference between a legal separation and a divorce? ANSWER: In your question, you have used three terms

A Cheerful visit to the Island of Loneliness and Despair

“Days turn into weeks, weeks into months since leaving the shores and the one you thought would travel with you on this journey for life. But they are on their

Motivational Monday

Get Motivated – “Today I choose to be happy and laugh out loud a lot” Thomism No. 6 Going through and living past a divorce is hard. But, You can

The Handover Book

Leigh Moriarty and Ashley Palmer  A little less than a year ago, myself and my colleague Ashley Palmer created and published the first ever Handover Book which is a communication tool

Churchillian Perspectives on Lovers Day

I thought I would do something a little different today for Valentine’s Day.  I receive newsletters, email, poems, etc, all talking in beautiful, sweet, soppy, pathetic, glorious and other ways about