In today’s society – thanks to the prevalence of primetime TV dramas and tabloid blogs – it is not unlikely for someone to think that successful relationships are impossible to achieve and that divorce may be imminent in every marriage. But not everything you see on TV or read online is always true. The Huffington…

The holidays can be an stressful time of the year for everyone: rushing to get “just the right” gifts, hosting houses full of relatives and remembering loved ones who are no longer a part of the celebrations. While a fun time of the year, emotions often run high. And emotions often run even higher for…

Even in the most amicable of divorces, children suddenly find themselves facing a lot of change: dealing with new living arrangements, spending less time with their parents or siblings, and sometimes even attending new schools. Divorce is never easy for anyone. But there are things you can do to try to minimize the impact divorce…

Connecticut Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) is an increasingly familiar term, especially in contentious child-custody disputes, and its effects can be very damaging to children, families and targeted parents. Connecticut Parental Alienation Syndrome Forensic psychiatrist Dr. Richard A. Gardner first identified PAS in the 1980s. According to Dr. Gardner, there are three main characteristics of PAS:…

New scientific research from Brown University finds that divorce can be socially contagious. Researchers concluded that if a friend divorces, your chances of getting divorced jump by 75 percent. According to the British Daily Mail newspaper, researchers found an effect they describe as “divorce clustering” among groups of friends. Once a couple within a friendship…

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