Co-Parenting After A Split

Co-Parenting After A Split

When you split from a partner and children aren’t involved, you don’t have to see each other. This allows time to heal and process the split. Separated parents don’t have that ‘luxury’. Their children need them both and parents need to share information and make child...

How to Move Forward From Divorce Pain

How to Move Forward From Divorce Pain

Divorce is a huge trauma. Accept that it’s ok to be hurt and angry and that it will take time to heal. Talk, talk, talk. Confide in your friends and family and especially those who are good listeners. Don’t get bitter. There comes a point when it can be unhealthy to...

Children and Divorce – Walking Away

Children and Divorce – Walking Away

A child’s long journey towards independence starts when it is born.  A very long period of dependence follows into infancy through babyhood to childhood and beyond. Parents need to be in it for the long haul, ready to encourage independence and self-reliance,...

The Perils of Social Media + Divorce

The Perils of Social Media + Divorce

Divorcing couples experience trauma. It takes time to grieve for their marriage and eventually heal and move forward. Anger forms a significant part of the process and doesn’t mix well with social media. Before posting about your divorce on Facebook or other social...

Getting the most out of Family Mediation

Getting the most out of Family Mediation

Here’s our guide to help clients get the most from their family mediation sessions. Choose a good mediator How experienced is your mediator? You can ensure they are highly qualified if they are Family Mediation Council Accredited. The accreditation process is lengthy,...