Accepting Relationship Loss and Moving On
Going through a breakup and wondering how to come out of it? Read our article to know how to move on from this...
Coping with the Aftermath of Infidelity
Research (Atkins, Baucom & Jacobson, 2001) indicates that there are multiple factors leading to infidelity. Two prominent factors are relationship satisfaction and opportunity for attention, which is responsible for people engaging in extra-marital affairs. Find out how you can deal with this painful event.
Challenges of Single Parenting
Parenting, under the best of circumstances can be challenging. When you are a single parent the challenges are multifold and it takes a bit of juggling to find the right balance.
Sharing Custody of Children
Separation or divorce is traumatic not only for the concerned adults, but also for the children caught between their parents. Whether the separation has been messy or amicable, it does result in a lot of change for the family. Sometimes one parent has sole custody with visitation rights for the non-custodial parent. Other times, custody is shared.
Divorce and its Impact on Children
Divorce and separation have become a common occurence today. But the psychological toll that it takes on children grappling with the aftermath continues to be immense and distressing. Research indicates that children do well when they have regular routines, a stable family and parents who are a cohesive team. None of which are likely when the family breaks up.
Life After Divorce
Divorce is something that you thought happens to other people, something that you have privately in your heart thought ‘will never happen to me', because in some magical way YOU will be able to solve whatever is wrong in your marriage. But perhaps after a very difficult time in the marriage, and even worse time during the divorce, you have become something that you never thought you would be...a divorcee.
ALL WORK, NO PLAY?
When work gets the best of one's time, energy and imagination, when nothing is left over for friends, spouse, children or oneself, work is an addiction. Workaholics are often surprised when friends or family ask for more attention or time. In some ways, overworking is harder to kick than the other addictions because it is the only one that draws applause.