“Relief Divorce”–Don’t Fall In To The Trap

October 10th, 2011

I have been in practice long enough to see many couples and families develop over the the past thirty years.  While there are countless stories over a full range of of topics,  one that greatly interests me involves divorce. Many couples and individuals have come to counseling after divorcing fifteen, twenty or twenty five years […]

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April 12th, 2011

I want your input!  Why?  Because what you want matters to me. Tell me what aspect of managing conflict, managing your relationship, or any other aspect of your relationship you would like to see become part of my new program.  The name of that program? RE-BOOTING YOUR RELATIONSHIP 2.0! This extensive program is nearing completion, and […]

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Divorce and Fatherless Children

April 8th, 2010

  Fatherless Children Due To Divorce One of the saddest parts of working with families of divorce is the tragedy of fathers who have lost access to their children.  Failed access has severe consequences on both father and children. In this article I will not address the many reasons for the lack of access, as […]

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May 21st, 2008

Half Of All Marriages End In Divorce You do not have to be on the painful end of that statistic! First of all, when I use the word ‘marriage:’ I use the word in a manner that includes those who have decided to live together regardless of whether or not they have had a traditional […]

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