Announcing "Divorce Corner" with Amie Greenberg
Divorce Corner™ is a blog on anything and everything divorce. We are reaching out to the community to share your stories and insight – professional and personal—to help others contemplating, in process, or post-divorce. This is also a resource to help children of divorce.
We are creating a community of divorce experts, professionals, parents, and children to provide insight and information to the divorce community. We want people know they are not alone, and there is community of support when they need to reach out. Our goal is to provide a sense of community and cohesiveness for the divorce community. Any insight or experience that we can share which positively impacts someone’s life makes a difference. Sharing information is a way to give back to the community.
Email Amie Greenberg interesting facts, statistics, stories, information, or resources related to divorce. It could be about children, finances, dating after divorce or anything associated with divorce. We will review the submissions, tweet about them and recognize your efforts.
If you have a divorce-related story or information out there that you would like to submit, please email Amie Greenberg, Director of Community Outreach, at email@example.com. Please provide a byline with your submission.
Divorce Support Center
The Myth of Being Too Nice
by: Monique Honaman, JD
What exactly does it mean to be "too nice?" Being nice to someone you have an issue with doesn’t mean you are fake … it means someone taught you how to
Making Time to Exercise
by: Lynn Manning
I think the biggest question I get from women (especially mothers is), “How do you have time to workout and eat healthy?!” And that should be the most
Encouraging Your Children To Go With the Other Parent
When They Don’t Want to During the Holidays
One of the hardest things you will have to do as a divorced parent is to encourage your children to go with your ex when they don’t want to.
Teaching Children Forgiveness
by: Amie Greenberg JD, MBA
She could have never imagined the far reaching implications of her divorce until her former father-in-law passed away.
Best Friends and Our Search for Love
By: Patricia Bubash, Ed.S., LPC
“He is my best friend.” Not an unusual comment, but typically, we would surmise spoken by a woman, maybe even a man or even a relative. These words came from the lips of a wife.