January is Divorce Awareness Month and so this article was written to help prepare parents that are pursuing divorce in a way that will cause the least amount of trauma to the children involved. These mistakes are classic mistakes that many divorced couples make, but they are not typically made with the intent to harm
"You let me stay up past my bedtime last night so why can’t I do it tonight?!" "It's not fair! I just want 10 more minutes on the computer and you let Susie have more time so why can't I have more time!" Do you have children that drain the energy out of you? Do
Do you feel like it takes begging, pleading or even an ultimatum to get your husband to consider marriage counseling? Try to understand from your husband’s point of view why he may be apprehensive about the whole counseling process. This may help him to change his expectations about counseling. Why he may not want to go to counseling?
Are you dreading the holidays? Do you have to split holidays with more than two groups of relatives? Do you feel you are traveling all over the place and resent holidays? Are you a people pleaser and trying to make everyone family member happy? The movie "Four Christmases" is not just a funny movie, it's