Moving On

Misery LOVES Company

You have been there. You text your BFFs in the middle of the night, “I’ve found my soul mate. We have been chatting and texting and we have 5 hour

The Other D Word

I kind of promised, so here it is. My two cents on the other  D-word. Dating. I wasn’t crazy about dating the first time around, mostly because in my early twenties

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

Three Parenting Mistakes Good Parents Make: Mistake #2

Single parents are artful navigators. They juggle maintaining the role of authority, decision-maker, and caretaker with protecting their children from stepping into the position of emotional caregiver. This requires parents

Creative Diversionary Tactics…

Do you ever make a decision to solve one problem and find a completely different solution once you start down that path? (OK, this situation might qualify for the Also

Coping Through a Bitter Divorce

Between 40 and 50 percent of married partners in the U.S. end up in divorce. Unfortunately, not only is divorce a legal technicality; it’s also an emotional roller coaster. You

Three Parenting Mistakes Good Parents Make — Mistake #1

Married and divorced parents are capable of good and terrible parenting. Most parenting mistakes come from good intentions gone slightly askew. Parenting with some particular vulnerabilities look different in a

Coaching Self During Divorce

When you think of an athlete you think of someone who is strong, determined, unwavering, focused…. These are the traits athletes use to help them achieve their goals and win!