How to Nurture Children Through a Divorce

How to Nurture Children Through a Divorce

You’ve heard it said time and time again—children are resilient creatures. They can adapt to change when necessary, especially when they’re provided the tools to do so. After all, so much of childhood is change, from new teachers and classmates to new routines and...
Staying Positive While Divorcing

Staying Positive While Divorcing

Divorce carries with it a lot of negative connotations. Often times, a divorcing individual may feel like they’ve failed. Depending on the particular issues that led to the divorce, they may feel dehumanized, unimportant, cheated, or worse. While divorce can certainly...
Surviving the Holidays During a Divorce

Surviving the Holidays During a Divorce

All around Tampa, Christmas trees are being lit, menorahs are being polished, and unity cups and kinaras are being set on display. Throughout the hustle and bustle of what is generally seen as a season of togetherness and family, many people are facing the holidays...
Why Co-Parenting Matters

Why Co-Parenting Matters

Divorce is seen as a traumatic process and while the divorce styles of the past certainly merited that distinction, the advent of mediation and collaborative divorce have provided families with an alternative that is seen as a more positive way to dissolve a marriage....
Who Needs a Prenup?

Who Needs a Prenup?

When we hear the word prenup, it’s often in a negative sense. Dramas portray one spouse as losing out, on being made to suffer financially because of some obscure part of the agreement. This portrayal has certainly given prenups a bad rap, which is unfortunate. With...