Who knew that grand-parenting would be so much fun? Who knew I’d be a solo grandma? It was understood in my marriage that somewhere in the future we would be very proud grandparents together. However, like many baby boomers, our marriage didn’t
As a divorce coach, one of the most common refrain I hear from clients deals with the ex. The thoughts, the memories, their current actions—dwelling on these things makes it very difficult to move on. And all these thoughts can creep up on
I know its hard right now and I won’t ask you to list what is hurting you the most because honestly you may not know at this point in time or you may have too many to list. I too had this
I remember seeing a friend post beautiful pictures of what looked to be an awesome vacation she took on Facebook. When I called to get details she said to me “Charis it was the worst vacation ever. They lost my luggage, my
You know that feeling—some of us know it all too well during and after divorce. When one of your children, after spending the weekend with your ex, tells you about the “new friend” that is at the ex’s house. The “friend” that
Here are some of our usual Friday quotes. These are all from Eckhart Tolle, author of The Power of Now and A New Earth – Awakening the Purpose in your Life. We, at TDM, felt that they would be quite appropriate in
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Non-molestation orders – designed to protect victims of domestic violence from being abused and to stop the abuser from being violent towards the victims – help victims to deal with difficult ex-partners and people they are still in a relationship with. Those who
Divorce is tough for many reasons. Not only are we dealing with the emotions and logistics and finances, but after the dust has settled, we may feel like our life’s plans have changed direction. The life you planned and your vision of
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Twenty years after my divorce, I can remember — vividly — the books that saved me during those early days of finding my way alone. Each book gave me something- the language, hope, and understanding- to help me process the trauma. Millions
Have you ever heard of someone who has made the statement like “I wish I could have had this or that but it’s not going to happen for me?” In the early stages of divorce I would look at married couples and