The Grieving Process is difficult for even adults to undertake. For children being raised by a guardian, the emotional effects can be a truly difficult and unyielding process to witness the loved one you care for undergo.
Maples Family Law ~ I Think I Want A Divorce - What Next. Dr. Tom explores some areas that can help you decide if divorce is the right course for you.
In this article, Maples Family Law takes on the effects divorce has on children. Understand 3 common ways a divorce can affect your children. 3 Common Ways Divorce Affects Kids https://www.maplesfamilylaw.com/divorce/3-common-ways-divorce-affects-kids/ — Read on www.maplesfamilylaw.com/divorce/3-common-ways-divorce-affects-kids/ Great exploration of the effects divorce can have on children.
Maples Family Law Explores ways divorce affects children and steps you can take to delimit the psychological damage divorce has on their emotional health.
I LOVE U - Inquire, Listen, Observe, Volunteer, Empathize, and Understand is one approach to engage your children to understand and overcome the effects divorce and child custody reaction can have on their psychological development.
“This feels like the end. Everything we had worked hard for is now gone. My life, as I know it, is over. Divorce is the pits. I don’t know how I can move on.” Is life over as you know it? Yes, but not in the way you may think. Let’s explore how divorce… Continue Reading
Divorce can be ugly, if you let it be. Find out tips to resolve your differences from an experienced marriage therapist.
Rebuilding Life after a divorce or break can be difficult. Maples Family Law has answers to the legal questions you have.
“Love and Marriage, love and marriage, go together like a horse and carriage.” So played theme song from the hit television show “Married with Children” aired during the 1980’s and 1990’s. Like its introduction leads us to believe, love and marriage is a common pairing, like peanut butter is to jelly, or cereal is to… Continue Reading
Child Custody - The Naked Truth. Fight for your children's needs, not your own.
As a family therapist, I oftentimes see children who have been labeled by their schools, parents, or other professional parties involved in their life with behavioral disturbances. What is not seen, or is oftentimes overlooked by these parties is the effects family stress has on the development of emotional conflicts that underlie their problematic behaviors. While… Continue Reading