Even years after divorce, especially high conflict divorce, certain subjects can still trigger bad feelings.
Talking about our divorces may come naturally. But knowing to whom, as well as how, when, and where is very important.
When you meet a special someone (at last), and your kids don't like him.
Kids, jobs, social life. The summertime shuffle!
Thoughts on marital status and happiness.
When a friend is divorcing, what to do is simple. Be there. Listen. No judgment, no assumptions, no diminishing her confusion.
For some of us, the reminders of our divorce - and our former marriages - leave traces of sorrow that never disappears.
National Poetry Month + FAFSA = Money Madness!
Knowing what you want and knowing what is possible require perspective, pragmatism and balance. Especially for single parents.
Too often we feel like a failure after divorce. Maybe the real culprit is the divorce industry, and the ruptured lives it leaves in its wake.
When you flash back to an old life, it's a bit of deja vu that just may bring out the boo-hoo-hoo. And then what?
Spending time together - good, bad, indifferent - is this what marriage is about? Or is "quality" time sufficient?
All relationships go through transitions, cycling through good times and tough times. Winter can be rough. I'm ready for spring.
When the ex gets the friends and you want to see them, what do you do? Why are some things so weird -- even after years?