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Grief recovery is a powerful way of “completing” grief and regaining joy and vibrancy in our lives. We have it within ourselves, along with the Helping Children With Loss program, to aid children through this process.
There are unlimited ways for you and your co-parent to split the holidays to make the most of special occasions throughout the year. Each family situation is unique, so customize a plan that works best for you and your co-parent.
Learn how choosing to sell the house first can help couples navigate the complexities of divorce more efficiently, setting the stage for a smoother transition to their post-divorce lives.
Divorces can be expensive, and an uncertain financial future can feel overwhelming. Follow this guide for tips on making your way through the financial landscape of divorce.
Can I Tell my Ex I Don’t Want the Kids to Meet Their Significant Other Over the Holidays?
Children want to feel safe, and years from now, they will not remember all the gifts they received, but they will never forget how you made them feel.
As we move into the holiday season, be patient with yourself. Anticipate that you and those around you will likely experience some unexpected and powerful emotions.