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The Kids are OK
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 India Kern

The Kids are OK. Divorce with kids – it adds a whole new layer of emotional complexity to your divorce. As parents, we often carry a heavy burden to make sure our kids are OK when our marriage is not.  Divorce coach, India Kern, gives you 3 beliefs to adopt that will help you model […]

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Warning: School Zone Ahead
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 Dori Shwirtz

Warning: School Zone Ahead Back to school season can be stressful on its own. Throw in a global pandemic and divorce into the mix and it can get downright ugly. We are delving into uncharted waters with Covid and what we can and cannot do. There are many new issues that have arisen that nobody […]

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Shared Custody for Dogs
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 Karis Nafte

Shared Custody for Dogs. Are you getting divorced and wondering how to share your dog with your ex?  For dog owners, custody is a difficult issue because it is challenging to separate your dog’s needs from your wants. Karis Nafte, a pet custody consultant, discusses the importance of understanding your dog when making a custody […]

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5 Tips To Help Your Kids Get Back To School After Divorce
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 Rosalind Sedacca

5 Tips To Help Your Kids Get Back To School After Divorce Even without the challenges presented by Covid19, returning to school is an especially complex experience for children coping with divorce. Especially if the divorce was announced or took place in recent months.  This article focuses on the emotional impact of divorce on kids […]

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The Shared Weight Of Parenting
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 Dr. Allison Bell

The Shared Weight Of Parenting Dr. Allison J. Bell, Psy.D., has a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Yeshiva University and a Master’s degree in dance/movement therapy from Hunter College. She has been in private practice in Westchester County, N.Y. since 1987, and is specialty-trained in child psychology, neuropsychological evaluation of children and marital therapy. […]

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Yes, You’re Stuck With Your Co-Parent
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 Shari Bornstein

Yes, You’re Stuck With Your Co-Parent. Representing divorcing parents steeped in conflict reminds me of a line from the Eagles’ song, Hotel California: “you can check out any time you like but you can never leave.” After the adult relationship ends, parents remain bound to each other forever, through the joys of parenthood like graduations, […]

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Keeping Fathers In
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 Dr. Allison Bell

Keeping Fathers In Dr. Allison J. Bell, Psy.D. has a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Yeshiva University and a Master’s degree in dance/movement therapy from Hunter College. She has been in private practice in Westchester County, N.Y. since 1987, and is specialty-trained in child psychology, neuropsychological evaluation of children and marital therapy. In this […]

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Should We Stay Together For The Children?
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 Kristin Davin

Should We Stay Together For The Children? Contemplating divorce when children are involved changes the dynamic of the decision making process.  Some parents stay together until their children are grown, others divorce while their kids are young. The decision is personal and a difficult one to make. Should you stay together for your kids?  In […]

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5 Crucial Steps For Divorcing & Divorced Parents
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 Rosalind Sedacca

5 Crucial Steps For Divorcing & Divorced Parents. Rosalind Sedacca, CDC is the founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network, a Divorce & Co-Parenting Coach and author of the acclaimed ebook, How Do I Tell the Kids About the Divorce? A Create-a-Storybook Guide to Preparing Your Children — With Love!  In this post, Rosalind shares advice for divorced […]

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Divorced Dad’s Guide To A Happy Father’s Day
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 Jacqui Atcheson

Divorced Dad’s Guide To A Happy Father’s Day Mother’s Day and Father’s Day are two of the most emotional days for divorced parents. Today, let’s concentrate on the dads.  Divorce can trigger highly charged and sensitive feelings. Whatever the reason for the split, these feelings are very real and painful for the non-custodial father. He […]

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Bruce Willis Quarantining with Demi Moore and Adult Daughters: How to Prioritize First and Second Families During Pandemic
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 Tracy Ross, Divorceify Resident Relationship Expert

 Bruce Willis Quarantining with Demi Moore and Adult Daughters:  How to Prioritize First and Second Families During Pandemic. The tabloids and the public can’t get enough of the photos of Bruce Willis quarantining with Demi Moore and their adult daughters. Clad in matching striped pajamas we see them smiling and having dance parties. What could […]

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Dating After Divorce: Three Ways To Tell Your Kids You Are Dating Again
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 Rosalind Sedacca

Dating After Divorce: Three Ways To Tell Your Kids You Are Dating Again It probably took a lot of courage, but you are finally thinking about dating after divorce. Maybe you are ready to go on that zoom date, swipe through that dating app or go out on a good old traditional date.  But how […]

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Parental Alienation: What You Need To Know (Part 2)
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 Christina McGhee

Parental Alienation: What You Need To Know (Part 2) An Interview With Parenting Expert And Coach, Christina McGhee In part 1 of our Interview with internationally recognized divorce coach, parenting expert, speaker, author and divorceify professional,Christina McGhee, we focused on what alienation is and how to identify it.  In part 2 we delve into proactive […]

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Parental Alienation: What You Need To Know (Part 1)
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 Christina McGhee

Parental Alienation: What You Need To Know (Part 1). An Interview With Parenting Expert And Coach, Christina McGhee There are many challenges to the parent-child dynamic that arise during divorce and in its aftermath.  One such dynamic is known as parental alienation syndrome or PAS, where one parent becomes rejected by the child and the […]

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How to Make School Your Child’s Ally After Divorce!
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 Rosalind Sedacca

How to Make School Your Child’s Ally After Divorce! Rosalind Sedacca, CDC is the founder of the Child-Centered Divorce Network, a Divorce & Co-Parenting Coach and author of the acclaimed ebook, How Do I Tell the Kids About the Divorce? A Create-a-Storybook Guide to Preparing Your Children — With Love!  In this post, Rosalind shares advice for […]

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One word every divorced & separated parent needs to stop using now
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 Christina McGhee

One word every divorced & separated parent needs to stop using now Christina McGhee is a coach with 20+ years of experience, offering short-term support for separating or divorced parents who are committed to getting it right for their kids. In this post, Christina talks about how to cope with divorce and maintain a family […]

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