When you think of divorce or a break-up what is the first thing you think couples say? Money disagreements? Not enough sex? Just not in love anymore? My partner bored me? We don’t have anything in common? Partners who lie or cheat? While all of these answers may be partially …Read More »
The Emotional Impact Parents Splitting Up Can Have on Families
Divorce and separation are never easy things to handle. And if you have kids with your spouse or partner, splitting up will affect them, too. Divorce has a lasting impact on kids of all ages, so it’s important to be aware of the potential consequences before you sign the papers. …Read More »
I’m Not Afraid to Admit I failed At Marriage
By Betsy Chasse Originally published on Modern Mom 2013 It’s Friday night, my kids are with their dad and I am home sitting at the computer watching the latest episode of “Sylvester the Talking Kitty Cat” and really missing my kids. How is that possible, right?! It’s not that I …Read More »
Should married women have a separate “in case of divorce” emergency fund?
Call me an optimist or a believer in happy endings, but I truly pray my marriage can stand the test of time. As much as I love my husband and our union, I’m well aware of the divorce rate in this country and how quick folks are to call it …Read More »