Archive

You Can Turn Your Fears in to Strengths during Divorce

A breakup or a divorce is a huge hit to any one’s self-confidence. There are also a lot of questions that come from the fear of being alone or being unwanted.

A Therapist’s Divorce Advice, Part 1

Divorce Advice from a Therapist I’d like to welcome Dr. Cassandra Friedman, a therapist who helps people going through divorce channel their sadness and anger into something productive, and also

What is a Prove-Up Hearing?

How a Prove-Up Affects Your Divorce Divorces can go many different directions. Obviously, some divorces are going to be very contentious, akin to how the media likes to portray them.

Adventures on the high seas

“Avast ye Swabs… or something like that…you scream in a “piratey” voice to absolutely no one… Life aboard the HMS Rolling Solo is not so bad. You are the commander

“Every journey is worth the adventure” – Thomism No. 131

Get Motivated – “Every journey is worth the adventure” – Thomism No. 131 You can do this. Keep breathing and keep moving on. To help you on your journey consider

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

5 Single Parent Strategies for Communicating with your Child’s Other Parent

London-based Jennifer Broadley has been a successful single parent for many years. She offers some valuable thoughts about how best to communicate with your child's other parent. While some of
  • 1
  • 2