December 2012 Archives

How journaling during or post-divorce could actually harm you

Teachers tend to encourage children to write their feelings "out." The idea behind this exercise is that expressing one's feelings in a constructive way will ultimately help to process them and allow the writer to move forward. However, the tried-and-true method of journaling may actually harm some individuals who are grappling with life after divorce.

Technology can help ease tensions between divorced parents

When parents are no longer in a relationship with each other but both play an active role in their child's life, the logistics of communicating in necessary and healthy ways can prove to be complicated. For example, if each parent understands that it is wise to approach child custody & visitation matters in a healthy way for the benefit of their child but they cannot seem to be in the same room together without yelling, transferring the child between houses and sharing valuable information can seem like impossible tasks.

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