My separation happened around 2008 when our daughter was 5 years old. Getting a divorce after 10 years isn’t a walk in the park. The amount of emotion from both sides can be overwhelming. It isn’t hard to imagine, we had plenty to iron out. It would be a long road before agreeing on terms … More A Modern Family Portrait
El Martes tome el día libre del trabajo para pasarlo con mi hija adolecente que no tenia clases. Tomamos ventaja de un día de semana calladito y nos fuimos a un matiné de cine. Fue fácil decidir el tipo de película que queríamos ver. A nosotras nos agrada historias de protagonistas que demuestren fuerza de … More Vivir
On Tuesday, I took the day off to spend with my teenage daughter who was off school. We took advantage of the quiet weekday to check out a matinee. It was easy deciding on the movie since we have similar interests in films. We gravitate towards films that show the strength of our human spirit. … More Alive
I recently came across a story about emotional cheating. A couple had been experiencing problems in their relationship. During this troubled time, one spouse uncovered the other’s emotional affair with a colleague at work. Although, intimacy was restricted to texts and conversations. The affair that took place was severely damaging to their marriage. The reality … More Can We Emotionally Cheat?
Each day Lisa woke up to a 5:30am alarm. She always began her day with a to do list. Married for decades with no idea what to do with herself after she ran out of lists. She married her high school sweetheart right after college. They agreed she’d stay home after the boys were born. … More One Flew Out of The Empty Nest
Lavish wedding celebrations are prepared each season. Couples deplete savings, get families financial help, even take out loans to make this special day as memorable as possible. The special day arrives for all to enjoy the main event. The couple’s happiness can be felt by everyone in the room. When the party concludes and guests … More 3 Things You Can Do to Exit a Volatile Divorce Rollercoaster
Follow these steps to help ease the financial transition in a divorce. Divorce is one of those situations that comes highly charged with emotion. Let’s face it. It, can get downright volatile. A separation can be emotionally and financially grueling for all parties involved, no matter what the reason or grounds are. Here are some basic steps … More 3 Ways To Avoid A Financial Tsunami in A Divorce
“Money often costs too much” -Ralph Waldo Emerson We humans have deep rooted primordial survival instincts: to protect our young and to protect our ‘stuff’. It’s not shocking to read that money is often touted as one of the leading causes why couples get divorced. So, it is no surprise that money is also one … More 3 Key Steps to Better Manage Finances Post-Divorce
Divorce has remained considerably steady with close to 50% of couples marriages ending up in splittsville. Dealing with the emotional aftermath of this life-changing event can be crippling for many couples. The circumstances vary widely from couple to couple affecting spouses in different ways. A separation can feel like relief for some but death for … More When Does the Pain of Divorce Stop?
This weekend comes around each year and every time we stress plans. Whether it’s The Hamptons, beach, BBQ, weekend getaway or alone in the city. We stress about the plans we may or may not have for the long weekend. Fear not – I’m here to tell you it’s ok if you don’t have plans. … More Our Journey Together Begins Today : 3 Ways to Get Through Memorial Day Weekend Solo!