When talking to your children, your words matter and make a difference when talking to your children. One of my boys was home for dinner and he brought Chinese food. Lots of it. He knows my favorite is lo mein, so he got me one and one for himself, along with orange chicken, sesame chicken,
I recently listened to the Cold podcast, and it brought back so many memories of my married life. It was without a doubt, a story of emotional abuse. At the end of each episode they said if this sounds familiar contact the National Domestic Abuse Hotline. As you listen to what I’m about to say,
Episode 12: Well, someone has to take fido in the divorce. Is it worth going to court over? If you have children, I think the dog should be with them. I’m not a psychologist, but there’s a popular saying, a boy and his dog, and there is truth to that statement! How can your dog
I am someone that has lived the life of divorce and I hope that my experiences will help some of you that listen to this podcast. The topics are designed to get you thinking and if you are experiencing divorce, some of the topics might not be ones that your attorney will be discussing with you. Not everything we talk about will apply to you, but if something inspires you, then I’ve done my job.
Depending on where you are in your relationship, outside resources can be invaluable for helping you get there.
If you are thinking about a divorce, in the middle of the process or you’ve signed the final papers, we are building a list of resources to help. Check back often as we will keep updating the list.