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Torn between Getting Divorced and Trying One More Time?

Posted by on May 31, 2017 in Divorce, Grief and Loss, Relationships, Trust | Comments Off on Torn between Getting Divorced and Trying One More Time?

Torn between Getting Divorced and Trying One More Time?

Is love a feeling or is it a choice? What if it’s a value or a behavior? It can be all of those things. Typically, when you decide you want a divorce, you are no longer “feeling” love toward or from your spouse, but love is so much more than the “feeling.” You can make the choice to love and behave in a loving way. There is no easy way to determine whether or not you have done all you can to prevent a divorce because the answer to this question is so individualized. Kyle Cease says, “No one breaks your heart, they break your expectations.” Think about that incredibly profound...

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Helping Kids After Divorce When One Parent Stops Parenting

Posted by on May 24, 2017 in Divorce, Grief and Loss, Parenting, Relationships, Trust | Comments Off on Helping Kids After Divorce When One Parent Stops Parenting

Helping Kids After Divorce When One Parent Stops Parenting

Divorce doesn’t have to be the worst thing to happen to your kids. Yes, it is difficult for children when their parents divorce; it is also difficult for kids to live with parents who constantly fight or no longer love one another. Yet, one thing I know about children is that they are resilient. If both parents are happy, they can better attend to their children’s needs and happiness, and the story can have a happy ending. The ideal divorce is done respectfully, without malice and blame. Throughout the transition, the parents support each other and work together to co-parent their...

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Adultery and Forgiveness

Posted by on May 17, 2017 in Grief and Loss, Relationships, Trust | Comments Off on Adultery and Forgiveness

Adultery and Forgiveness

When your spouse has had an affair, it can be a serious trauma for you. People who have experienced this betrayal need to seriously consider whether or not the benefits of their marriage outweigh the effort involved in moving beyond the affair. If you have been the victim of an affair and want to work together to make your marriage work, I have developed a three-step process to move toward acceptance, forgiveness and trust. Both husband and wife need to agree that their relationship is most important and they are willing to do whatever it takes to work through this trauma. During this step,...

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