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When Your Child is Going through a Divorce

It seems like only yesterday that your son or daughter was walking down the aisle to say “I do.” Now you’re being told about their impending divorce. For many parents, hearing this news can feel like a punch in the gut. You naturally want the

Is Political Drama Ruining Your Life?

5 tips to help manage political stress When it comes to politics, the last several years have been like a roller coaster that never ends.  With political discourse at every turn, there are times when you just want it to stop. That may be easier

How Parents Can Help Their Children during a Contested Divorce

A contested divorce can have long-lasting effects on entire families and social circles. Last month in the blog I talked about how parents can manage their mental and emotional health during what is often a long and combative process. This month I’d like to focus

What to Do When Someone You Know is Depressed

It’s normal for most people to feel sad once in a while, particularly in response to a loss or disappointment. Sadness like this typically doesn’t last long and usually goes away on its own. On the other hand, when a person is depressed, the sad

How to Cope with a Contested Divorce

Anyone going through a divorce knows how complicated and stressful it can be. Even though most divorces are uncontested, there’s still no guarantee that the process will be smooth and stress-free. However, things are generally easier when there are no disagreements over the terms of

Travel Your Way to Better Mental Health

Have you recently caught yourself daydreaming about your next big trip? You’re not alone. For many individuals and families, summer vacations are top of mind this time of the year. A 2022 survey by The Vacationer found that more than 80% of American adult participants

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