Do Children of Divorce Need Counseling? In my practice, I regularly suggest counseling for the children of parents in conflict because, when the parents are so embroiled in their own conflict or pain, they are sometimes unable to recognize their children’s emotional needs in the way that they need to. When any of us are in deep conflict or pain, we revert to our more primal reactions without … [Read more...] about January is Child-Centered Divorce Awareness Month
Here is a suggestion for a blog to write in January whether it is for your personal blog, practice group or for CDT. According to a recent news release published by the Connecticut Collaborative Divorce Group, January is National Child Centered Divorce Awareness Month. https://patch.com/connecticut/westhartford/january-national-child-centered-divorce-awareness-month This is a great time to … [Read more...] about Suggested Blog Topic; January is National Child Centered Divorce Awareness Month
January is “divorce month” because of holiday parties, family gatherings, extravagant spending, affairs, and critical self-assessment. No matter why you resolve to get a divorce, there are things you must do to make your resolution real. Why Now? During January, people think about improving their life, losing weight, stopping smoking or drinking, and avoiding another miserable year with their … [Read more...] about What if your New Year’s Resolution is Divorce?
If you pay any attention at all to news stories around divorce, you’re aware that the holiday season usually brings at least one article about how unhappy couples, determined to stay together through the end of the year, make plans to divorce once the New Year arrives. The expense and stress of the holidays prove to be the last straw for couples who have already been contemplating divorce. An … [Read more...] about Christmas, Then New Year’s, Then Divorce?