You can co-parent effectively by cooperating to communicate well and using the alimentor app
When we first contemplate divorce, or are surprised by the news that our spouse wants one, how do we feel? Sad, angry, confused, betrayed, overwhelmed…the list goes on and on.Our experiences as divorce coaches, and women who have experienced divorce ourselves, tell us that it does not matter if you are male or female, or
I think we are all feeling the stress of the quarantine. Our routines have changed, our work life, if it still exists, has shifted. In many cases, parents of young children are asked to manage their full-time jobs and take care of their kids with little to no help at all. If you are divorced,
Maybe you have a weekly schedule or a steady 2-2-5 rotation. What if you have your kids, on your schedule, and your co-parent starts grilling you about conditions for their return. It’s likely frustrating and feels very unsupportive of your parenting too. All of that may be true, or not, but it can certainly feel
After you have processed your divorce, which is no easy task, you may begin to wonder what’s next. Maybe you have your ducks in a row already or maybe you are actively searching for answers to legal, therapeutic, and financial questions (for more info on these questions, check out It’s Over Easy).
So, you are getting a divorce. You’ve likely contemplated an array of important decisions. It’s essential to be informed about the choices you make during this life transition, even if the divorce isn’t your first choice. To accomplish this, you can consult a legal professional, a financial expert, a divorce coach and parent coordinator, and
Do you wonder, more than occasionally, whether you should stay in your marriage or file for a divorce? Is it more than the unavoidable flash of “anything is better than this” anger that flares up when the house is a mess, the kids are out of control, and your job feels entirely unsatisfying?
It’s a rare divorce that doesn’t have some long-simmering anger and tension behind it. For most couples, arguments build up and soon enough, you’re one fight away from throwing up your hands and shouting, “I’ve had enough!” Recently, we asked divorced writers to share the one fight they consider the last straw in their marriages. See what they
Listen to my interview with divorce lawyer Tracey Coates to learn why my personal experience informs the professional work I do with you. I will provide support for you at any stage of divorce and help you improve your communication with your spouse for you and your kids.
Do you have a former spouse that continues to make your life miserable after divorce? Do you feel as though there is way too m uch interaction and she believes it’s too little? Did you get divorced so you didn’t have to deal with her and now it feels like all you do is hear from