Divorce can be extremely emotional, causing us to think with our emotions instead of our heads. Follow these six tips to protect your legal rights during this emotional turmoil.
Families are made of many different dynamics and no two relationships are the same. The relationship that you have with your son may not be the same as your relationship with your daughter. The relationship we have with our spouse, our children, our in-laws, and even our friends, affect who we are and how we interact with others.
Don’t care for your elderly parents at home unless you can answer these few questions positively and understand how the change will affect their life – and yours.
Finding yourself in the middle of a divorce is never easy, especially if you did not see it coming. With the assistance of friends and family to help you through; however, you will be able to eventually accept the divorce and move on with your life. Here’s how.
Take the time to have these big conversations on the five topics inside before you walk down the aisle and continue to have the hard conversations long after. You’ll last longer.
We spend so much time focusing on “me” time to remain healthy while working and parenting, that sometimes we forget “us” time needs attention too. Here are a few tips to help you reclaim your US time.