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Change, a Euphemism for a Second Chance
by: Patricia Bubash, M.Ed., LPC
A decision for change, even when of our own choosing, can be difficult. Moving to new city, beginning a new job, transferring to a different school, all transitions
The Pure Joy of Friends
by: Janeen Diamond
Quote: “Get yourself out of the house and start becoming more active and involved.”
I do a lot of writing these days, and I noticed the other day how often I talk about or refer to my friends.
Parents Beware: Six Don'ts When Divorcing With Children
by: Rosalind Sedacca, CCT
Preparing to break the news to your kids that you’re divorcing their other parent? Feeling insecure about how to broach the subject? Wondering how much to
All or Nothing
by: Cynthia MacGregor
When you first got divorced, you may have felt you’d had it up to here with men, but sooner or later, you’re bound to begin dating again. When you do, sooner or
Where Is Home?
by: Karen Stanton
Every story starts with a seed. An idea. The idea for the book Monday, Wednesday and Every Other Weekend came to me in a word. Not a spoken word. A missing word. Henry Cooper and his dog Pomegranate are fictional characters. I made them up. But not without help. The two “characters” pictured below are not fictional, but they are characters in my REAL life: my nephews, Cooper and Henry.
The Insertion of "Your!"
by: Monique Honaman, JD
Your: [yoor, yawr, yohr; unstressed yer] pronoun 1. one's (used to indicate that one belonging to oneself or to any person): As you go down the hill, the library is on your left.
by: Toni Coleman, LCSW, CMC
Dear Toni- I’m a divorced woman in my early forties with two tween aged kids. About 3 years ago I initiated the divorce action due to feeling overwhelmed
Celebrate Our Differences
by: Michele Sfakianos, RN, BSN
Everyone is Different and that’s Okay! A lot of people say it is human nature to try and change people to be exactly how WE want them to be. Everyone was born