For many of us, summer vacation was a time of laughter at the beach, trips to exotic locations, swimming, campfires, and memories that would last a lifetime. Read More.
While we certainly shouldn’t need a reason to look out for the welfare of children, the American Legion has been doing just that since 1938 when April was designated “Children & Youth Month”.Read More
For many families, thoughts of Mother’s Day conjure images of flowers, gifts, and smiles. But for divorced couples, holidays may revive recollections of contentious legal proceedings and cause stress for mom, dad, and the children. Read More
As divorce becomes inevitable, parents may initially agree to a friendly parting of the ways that will minimize the emotional damage to their children. But as the process evolves, this friendly approach to divorce may deteriorate, resulting in hatred and anger. Read More
Spring is frequently a season of renewal, personal re-evaluation, and introspection.
From something as simple as cleaning the garage as part of a “Spring Cleaning” initiative to a more complex analysis of personal situations, this season frequently brings personal and professional changes. Read More
Anger, viciousness, selfishness, and expensive are more likely to describe what is usually an ugly process leaving families in a wake of financial hardship, emotional distress, and decades of anger. Read More