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How to Talk to Your Kids About the Possibility of Divorce

Divorce is a dirty word. No matter how far we’ve come as a society and how much acceptance there is to go around there is still something about divorce that makes people feel embarrassment, shame, and disappointment. This, of course, should not be the case. There is nothing to be ashamed of about divorce. People change, love evolves, and frankly,...[ read more ]

Dealing with Uncertainty in 2021

As we say goodbye to the year 2020, we look into the upcoming year with a bag of mixed emotions. On one hand, many of us are ready to say goodbye and farewell and good riddance to the year that was 2020 and the idea of the calendar turning is an exciting and optimistic one. On the other hand, many...[ read more ]

Making Time for Connection During the Holidays

making time for connection during the holidays

Stop for a moment and picture the most relaxing, intoxicating, romance inducing moment of your life. Take a deep breath and then slowly start to think about your typical holiday season. The two probably don’t have a lot in common. We get it. Being a married, adult with or without children and navigating the holidays is hard enough and then...[ read more ]

Staying Positive During the Holidays

staying positive during the holidays

The holidays are a lot of fun but for many the holidays are also a lot of stress. More than 50% of adults admit to feeling overwhelming stress, anxiety and/or pressure around the holidays and holiday depression is a real and treatable psychological condition.  The reason behind the overwhelm is clear, there is so much to do and so little...[ read more ]

Importance of Communication

the importance of communication

Money is often touted as one of the most common causes of arguments in relationships. But that isn’t entirely accurate. It is more the lack of money, the fact that you can’t agree on how the money should be spent, or the fact that you just aren’t communicating enough about money that is causing the strife. Most of us know...[ read more ]

4 Steps to a Happy Thanksgiving in 2020

happy thanksgiving

Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the busiest travel season of the year. Each Thanksgiving millions of couples and families, plan and execute trips to their relatives homes in cars, planes and trains. It’s a busy, hectic, stress-inducing but beautiful time of year.  This year however, Thanksgiving that we’ve all come to dread and love in varying degrees is going to...[ read more ]

Creating the Best Version of Yourself After Divorce

Best Version of Yourself After Divorce

After all is said and done after a divorce you can be left with many emotions. No matter what reasons led you to this point in your life, it is important to know that you are going to be embarking on a journey where you can become the best, truest version of yourself. Life after divorce can be scary, exhausting,...[ read more ]

Fall Date Night Ideas

Fall Date Night Ideas

Ready for some date night ideas?  With everything going on in the world today, the idea of going out on a date may seem like something of the past. But why not go on a date? The CDC is not recommending social distancing from your partner. Spending time together and keeping romance alive is very important and even more so...[ read more ]

Navigating Online Dating

Online Dating

Online dating was once seen as a taboo practice and now, even before the rise of Covid19, it has become a natural part of forging relationships. That being said there is still less readily available information about safely navigating online dating than there is in-person dating. With the need to stay in and the social distancing measures being a part...[ read more ]

Back to School Tips to Help Calm Your Kids and Protect Your Marriage

Back to School Tips

It’s that time of year again. The kids are going back to school, sort of. It’s not likely many of you know how this school year is going to play out yet, but most of you know it’s going to be very different from other years. Regardless of what combination of distance, in person and remote learning schedule you have...[ read more ]



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