Divorce Survival


Jun 18, 2014

by Dr. Susan Burger What do we mean by “Anti-Aging”. Aging is a part of your life cycle. You can’t stop the clock, so can you really be against aging? This obsession can lead to the use of superficial ways … Read More

Self Care During Divorce

May 30, 2014

The Social Readjustment Rating Scale, sometimes known as the Holmes and Rahe Stress Scale, ranks Divorce as the second highest life stressor preceded only by the death of a spouse. When you factor in some additional events on this scale … Read More

Coping During the Holiday Season

Nov 23, 2013

Be Realistic Allow yourself to express your feelings. It will take some time to recover, so try not to volunteer yourself to plan a family gathering, bake or decorate. Allow yourself to heal by just enjoying time with family and … Read More

Relationships After Divorce

Nov 05, 2013

Relationships between former spouses can be grouped into five categories. The first two are fairly positive; both parents continue to have a relationship with their children, and the disruption of the separation or divorce is minimized. In the last three … Read More

Survival Skills: College and Career

Oct 10, 2013

I don’t know about you, but I know an awful lot of 20 year olds that are stuck. As a matter of fact, one of those 20-year olds is my brother. He played sports all throughout high school and did … Read More

Estate Planning Considerations in the Context of Divorce

Apr 13, 2013

Estate Planning in Contemplation of Divorce When spouses separate, in anticipation of divorce, a number of estate planning issues arise. Many spouses wish to disinherit the other spouse upon separation, to be sure that their assets pass for the benefit … Read More

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