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Creating the 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 ]

5 Practical Tips for Managing Stress and Anxiety during a Global Pandemic

Managing Stress and Anxiety

We all knew something like, a global pandemic, was possible. Knowing it was possible and living the reality, however, are two very different things. Most of us are more than 6 months into this semi-quarantined way of life and managing the stress and anxiety it brings with it has been more than many of us can comfortably tolerate.  So what...[ read more ]

The Coronavirus and the Unequal Distribution of Domestic Labor

You’ve heard it a million times, this is the new normal. Whether we like it or not many of us are spending more time at home than ever before. Our homes are our offices, our restaurants, our gyms, our school house and our vacation rentals. For some the adjustment was effortless. For others, it has been exhausting. The difference between...[ read more ]

How to Fit Romance Back into Your Scheduled Sex Life

It’s the natural course of things in any romantic relationship: as time passes, the “newness” and “butterflies” gives way to routine. You always know what to expect from your partner, and you’ve heard all their stories. While your love for your partner has grown and matured along with you and your relationship, it’s not uncommon for what was once a...[ read more ]

How to Help Your Child Transition into a 2-Home Scenario After Divorce

Going through a divorce can be a tumultuous time for any adult, and for children it can feel like their world is falling apart. It can be confusing for children to have two homes, particularly in the early stages of divorce. But there are ways to bring positivity and excitement to this change, while reducing your child’s stress significantly.Provide StabilityHelp...[ read more ]

Co-Parenting Strategies for Divorced Parents

Going through a divorce can bring the worst out of a couple that once promised each other forever. Your world might feel like it’s falling apart, and trying to co-parent when you’re struggling to simply keep going can be overwhelming. Learning to co-parent won’t be easy, but it’s not impossible. Use the five strategies below to start co-parenting with your...[ read more ]

The Impact of Grief on Relationships

Experiencing the death of a loved one is one of the most painful things each person must face. The shock of your beloved friend or family member having passed away, along with the finality of their death is difficult to deal with.Everyone Mourns DifferentlyThe process of mourning is a very personal experience. Because grief is so personal, each person reacts...[ read more ]



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