Collaborative divorce, when compared to the traditional adversarial process, is less expensive, less stressful, less confrontational, and less time consuming.
The fear, conflict and anger can nearly paralyze a person's actions and thought process. People react to this stress in many different ways.
Some of the hardest decisions you will ever have to make - about family, parenting, finances and your future - must be made when you are the least able to make them.
I was recently watching a couple having a discussion. You know, one of those intense, trying to figure out how to communicate and connect kinds of conversations. I realized that most people don’t know that conflict in a relationship can
Divorce for the Highly Sensitive Person Everyone has a degree of sensitivity. It is part of what makes us human. We ‘feel’ the world around us. Some of us feel it
The 3 Phases of an Upheaval Everything in life has some version of beginning, middle, and end. Upheavals do too. Understanding the 3 phases of an upheaval is helpful so
Embrace, Don’t Resist, Your Upheaval I’ve come through another one. This time I paid more attention: to the process, to what it required of me, to the fears, to the
I just witnessed the failure of a collaborative divorce case for the first time. It is disheartening. They will now be going to court with their own lawyer.
Are You Tired of Your Inner Critic? Are you aware of your inner critic? You know … that voice in your head that tells you you can’t do anything