Criminalisation of Controlling Behaviour

At the end of 2015, new legislation came into force introducing a new offence for ‘controlling or coercive behaviour in an intimate or family relationship’. This is a hugely important step, that will help clarify what constitutes domestic abuse, making it easier

Retroactive Jealousy During Divorce And Beyond

Retroactive jealousy can lead to divorce. This  can be a red flag that something  in the relationship is wrong.  It also can indicate that a partner has control issues or has their own problem of handling jealousy. Retroactive jalousie  also happens post-divorce

The Benefits of Solitude

I cam across this post on “The Benefits of Solitude” by Prof Stephen Joseph recently and thought it really appropriate in letting us know that being alone is not only all right but can indeed be necessary for our welfare and wellbeing.

10 Steps to Coping with Infidelity

Many couples remain married despite infidelity and this is often celebrated as marital success by both the infidelity support community and marital therapists. What is discussed less often is the quality and nature of the post-infidelity marriage – unfortunately many are little

Taking Advantage of your Divorce

Of course divorce is a difficult process.  It’s more often than not shrouded in anger, animosity and resentment. Children get caught in the middle of it all and families and friends are split at times forever. Yet despite all this, divorce has it’s